Canadians might have pride for homegrown brands, but we typically trust them less than international companies. That's the startling finding from our annual survey of the world's most reputable companies, conducted by international research and consulting firm Reputation Institute. Only six of the following 10 Canadian brands were able to crack the top 60 global list. Further, none of them were able to place in the top 20. In general, Canadian companies received lower scores this year than last, so marketers should take note.
* Bing: World's most popular brand
Dec. 6 (Bloomberg) – Lido Isle Advisors President Jason Rotman discusses business investment and the latest jobs report with Julie Hyman on Bloomberg T... More Dec. 6 (Bloomberg) – Lido Isle Advisors President Jason Rotman discusses business investment and the latest jobs report with Julie Hyman on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)
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