Emirates, the Middle Eastern airline, is the only travel company among the 50 fastest growing brands,  according to a new book from Jim Stengel and Millward Brown. The ‘Stengel 50’ were chosen because they had built the deepest customer relationships and achieved the greatest financial growth from 2001-2011. They are:

The Stengel 50
Accenture, management and enterprise consulting services
Airtel, mobile communications
Amazon.com, e-commerce
Apple, personal computing technology and mobile devices
Aquarel, bottled water
BlackBerry, mobile communications
Calvin Klein, luxury apparel and accessories
Chipotle, fast food
Coca-Cola, soft drinks
Diesel,youth- targeted fashion apparel and accessories
Discovery Communications, media
Dove, personal care
Emirates, air travel
FedEx, delivery services
Google, Internet information
Heineken, beer
Hennessy, spirits
Hermès, luxury apparel and leather goods
HP, information technology products and services
Hugo Boss, luxury apparel and accessories
IBM, information technology products and services
Innocent, food and beverages
Jack Daniel’s, spirits
Johnnie Walker, spirits
Lindt, chocolate
L’Occitane, personal care
Louis Vuitton, luxury apparel and leather goods
MasterCard, electronic payments
Mercedes-Benz, automobiles
Method, household cleaners and personal care
Moët & Chandon, champagne
Natura, personal care
Pampers, baby care
Petrobras, energy
Rakuten Ichiba, e-commerce
Red Bull, energy drinks
Royal Canin, pet food
Samsung, electronics
Sedmoy Kontinent(“Seventh Continent”), retail grocery
Sensodyne, oral care
Seventh Generation, household cleaners and personal care
Snow, beer
Starbucks, coffee and fast- food retailer
Stonyfield Farm, organic dairy products
Tsingtao, beer
Vente-Privee.com, e-commerce
Visa, electronic payments
Wegmans, retail grocery
Zappos, e-commerce
Zara, affordable apparel

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