It’s impossible to go a year without using any product, from transportation, food and, of course, social media. Many brands are popping up day in and out to create diversity, bring more convenience and compete with other existing brands with more features and competitive products.
While many new brands take the world by storm with their impressive new technology, innovation and creativity, many older brands know what it takes to stay in the game and come out as the best.
After much research and data collection, Forbes has come out with the 100 Most Valuable Brands in the world.
Many of the most used brands such as Nike, BMW, Visa, Netflix and Nestle make the top 100 list but considering the many sales and noise many brands made this year, the top 10 list is a very
From 10 to 1, here are the 10 most valuable brands in the world in 2018 put together considering usage, popularity and brand revenue.