Forbes Magazine rated the world’s most valuable brands and several Cincinnati-based businesses made it to their list for 2014:
- General Electric was #7 on the list with a brand value of $37.1 billion. GE is based in Evendale with plans for an operations center coming to the Banks.
- Toyota (with engineering and manufacturing in Erlanger for the next three years) ranked #9 with a brand value of $31.3 billion.
- Procter & Gamble‘s Gillette was ranked #27 with a revenue of $19.1 billion. That is a lot of disposable razors.
- Pamper’s (another Procter & Gamble brand) ranked #40 with a revenue of $10.3 billion. P&G is located in downtown Cincinnati.
What brand topped the list? Apple. See the top 100 list here.
Although real estate did not make the list, we all know what local brand is tops in our region – Sibcy Cline!
What is your favorite local brand?
Several Cincinnati-area brands have been ranked among the best in the world. The ranking was created by Interbrand and included:
Procter & Gamble
- Gillette (#18)
- Pampers (#30)
- Duracell (#84)
General Electric (#6)
What brand was #1? Apple! (Followed by Google and CocaCola) See the list here.
No real estate companies were on the top 100 list, but we all know who the best branded real estate company is for our region – Sibcy Cline.
The General Electric Global Service Center is coming to The Banks in downtown Cincinnati. The new office building will be located near the Freedom Center. The center is expected to bring 1,400 new jobs to Cincinnati for information technology and finance services.
Watch a Channel 9 news video story here about this development. Christine Schoonover of Sibcy Cline’s Metropolitan office was interviewed about housing availability in downtown Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
Fortune magazine recently released its annual list of “World’s Most Admired Companies.” Several Cincinnati businesses made the list:
- Procter & Gamble
- General Electric
What company ranked number one? Apple, Inc.
See the entire list here.