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Huawei rises to No. 70 on Interbrand’s Best Global Brands 2017 Rankings


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Huawei rises to No. 70 on the Best Global Brands 2017 Rankings of Interbrand, a global brand consultancy who has lately released its brand ranking report for this year. Huawei sees its brand value grow by 14% compared to that of last year, reaching $ 6,676 million. It is among the 16 brands that enjoy a double-digit growth in brand value on the top 100 ranking list. 

The most important drivers behind Huawei’s continued growth are its core values of staying customer-centric and inspiring dedication, and the company’s belief of branding is all about integrity. 

“Over the past three decades, we have primarily lived our brand and helped our customers succeed through innovative technologies, high-quality products and premium services, and passionate and progressive employees,” said Kevin Zhang, President of Huawei Corporate Marketing.

For the carrier business, Huawei is committed to become carrier customers’ business partner. It aims to help carriers succeed through digital transformation, maximising the value of carriers’ current networks and developing video into a basic service. Huawei also enables carriers to provide products and services to industries via cloud, to achieve value-driven new growth together.  Huawei’s enterprise business focuses on the key industries such as public safety, finance, transportation and manufacturing, helping industry customers to realise digital transformation.  Huawei has established a number of joint innovation centres and OpenLabs with customers and industry partners to facilitate joint business success. 

In the consumer segment, Huawei is gaining insights into what consumers want, embracing these needs, leading industry changes, and boldly innovating. Featuring sleek, fashionable and innovative design, Huawei’s smart phones of P series and Mate series have gained increasing influence on the global high-end market and become an immediate market hit. 

HUAWEI Mate 10, the first smartphone adopting Kirin 970 chipset is premiering October 2017 in Munich. In the next 20-30 years, a connected intelligent society will take shape, with all things sensing, all things connected and all things intelligent as its basic characteristics.  ICT technologies particularly cloud, big data, the Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI) will become the cornerstones of the intelligent society. 

Huawei, as a key enabler of such a society, will join hands with partners to continuously drive industry transformation and social progress.

 


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