Brand & Marketing Glossary

Brand Experience

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Brand Experience

What is a Brand Experience?

Brand experience is defined as the entire set of perceptions, emotions, ideas, and behavioural responses evoked by brand-related stimuli that are part of a business's design and identity, packaging, communication, and setting.

It is the method through which a brand is developed in the consumer's mind throughout all interactions and engagements with or involving the brand.  Brand experiences can be differentiated into two categories: controlled and uncontrolled. Brand experiences that are carefully planned, such as ads or products, are known as controlled brand experiences. Uncontrolled brand experience can happen in any interaction during which the consumer has an opportunity to observe the business's product "in action."

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