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Click clack: examining the strategic and entrepreneurial brand vision of Under Armour
by Kimberly S. Miloch; Jason Lee; Patrick M. Kraft; Vanessa Ratten
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing (IJEV), Vol. 4, No. 1, 2012

 

Abstract: Using non-traditional brand strategy and innovative techniques, Under Armour quickly established a dominant presence in the sport performance apparel market as a newcomer in its product category. It established strong brand equity among consumers through its messaging and authentic relationship with target consumers. Utilising marketing and brand management theories, this study analysed the entrepreneurial strategies implemented by Under Armour in establishing the company's current positioning in the sport performance apparel marketplace. Using Aaker's (2005) strategic market management theory and Porter's (1980) competitive forces model as a framework, this study analysed the different marketing methods utilised to develop, maintain, and sustain the Under Armour brand.

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