What Is A Private Label Brand Example?

Private label brands (or own brand labels) are products sold by a retailer with its own packing, but manufactured by a third party.

For example, Tesco sell ordinary branded items, such as Heinz baked beans, but also sell their own ‘Tesco Value’ baked beans.

What does private label brand mean?

Private label products are those manufactured by one company for sale under another company’s brand. Private-label goods are available in a wide range of industries from food to cosmetics.

Is Nike a private label brand?

You need a brand. Nike, Gym Shark, Yeti, and Ray Ban (to name a few are private label brands)… By creating your own private label brand, you’re able to charge more for your products. You’re able to control the quality, style, and feel of your own brand better than if you were selling a generic product.

How do private label brands work?

A private-label product is made by a third-party company but sold under a specific retailer’s brand. According to the Private Label Manufacturers Association, “Private label market share has reached nearly 25 percent of unit sales in the U.S. and is expanding faster than national brands.”

What is an example of a licensed brand?

Licensing means nothing more than the renting or leasing of an intangible asset. An example of intangible assets includes a song (Somewhere Over The Rainbow), a character (Donald Duck), a name (Michael Jordan) or a brand (The Ritz-Carlton). An arrangement to license a brand requires a licensing agreement.