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Balivada Sai Krishna's Brandalyzer

This is a blog on Marketing and all related fields that help
us in understanding business and economy.

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Punishment, Ridicule, Shame, Low Self-esteem and Fear of Failure
Punishment, Ridicule, Shame, Low Self-esteem and Fear of Failure
Authorities punish you. It is what happens to you externally. Friends, relatives, neighbours, colleagues or similar level acquaintances ridicule you; it is society’s form of punishment. Again…...
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Fear the root of Anger, Sadness, Anxiety, and Guilt
Fear the root of Anger, Sadness, Anxiety, and Guilt
As an individual you have certain weaknesses. For example, you are afraid that your child will be hurt if he falls down. Also, it will lead to his health issues, money to be spent on hospitals, etc…...
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Spring Mattresses in India - Bonnel Springs vs. Pocket Springs
Spring Mattresses in India - Bonnel Springs vs. Pocket Springs
In a previous blogpost, I discussed about the foam mattresses market and manufacturing in India. In this blogpost, we will have a similar discussion specifically on spring mattresses and the detail…...
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Recliners Market in India
Recliners Market in India
Gone are the days when recliners were only seen in the ultra-rich houses in India. Recliners are one of the most aspirational living room items for the average Indian today from an NRI household to…...
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Basics of Key Account Management (KAM)
Basics of Key Account Management (KAM)
Key Account Management (KAM) is a cycle of activities that together manage the relationship with a business account. Starting from developing a customer profile and identifying requirements to deve…...
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Acacia vs. Teak Wood (and Straight grain vs. Interlocked grain)
Acacia vs. Teak Wood (and Straight grain vs. Interlocked grain)
Acacia (a.k.a Babul in India) is a bushy kind of a tree that takes a lot of time to mature. It is known for its huge thorns. It is indigenous to the Indian Sub-continent as also in Tropical Africa,...
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