Cobranding

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DEFINITION of 'Cobranding'

A marketing partnership between at least two different brands of goods or services. Cobranding encompasses several different types of branding partnerships, such as sponsorships. This strategy typically associates the brands of at least two companies with a specific good or service.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Cobranding'

Cobranding is a useful strategy for many businesses seeking to increase their sales and cash flow. Many different types of businesses use this strategy, such as retailers, restaurants, car makers and electronics manufacturers. Studies indicate that cobranding is an effective method of increasing customer loyalty.

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