The 2022 List of the 100 Most Valuable American Brands

2022-06-28 0 By

Brand Finance, a UK-based Brand appraisal agency, has released its ranking of the US 500 Most valuable brands in 2022.Apple, Amazon and Google retained the top three spots.Rounding out the top 10 were Microsoft, Wal-Mart, Facebook, Verizon, Disney, Home Depot and AT&T.The total value of the top 500 brands in 2022 was $4,770.1 billion.Among them, 74 technology brands made the list, valued at $1.409 billion, or 29.5 percent;39 retail brands made the list, valued at $827.7 billion, or 17.4%;31 banking brands made the list, valued at $305 billion, or 6.4 percent;29 media brands made the list, worth $234.5 billion, or 4.9%;30 business service brands made the list, valued at $229.1 billion, or 4.8%;Seven telecom brands made the list, worth $182 billion or 3.8%.Brand Finance uses royalty Relief to calculate Brand value.Brand value can be understood as the net economic benefits gained by brand owners through licensing the brand on the open market.Here are the top 100 brands on the TOP 500 list:Brand value/annual growth rate 1. Apple Technology $355.08 billion /+34.8% 2. Amazon Retail $3502.73 billion /+37.8% 3Microsoft Technology, $184.245 billion, +31.2% 5. Walmart retail, $111.918 billion, +20.1% 6. Facebook Media7. Verizon Telecom (VZ), $69.639 billion, +1.1% 8. Disney (DIS) media, $57.059 billion, +11.3% 9. Home Depot (HD) Retail$56.312 billion /+6.4% 10. AT&T (T) Telecom $47.09 billion /-8.5% 11. Tesla (TSLA) Motors $46.10 billion /+43.8% 12$45.699 billion /+18.9% 13. McDonald’s restaurants $39.721 billion /+17.4% 14. UPS Logistics $38.533 billion /+28.2%15.Costco, $37.01 billion /+29.8% 16. Bank of America, $36.719 billion /+12.0% 17. Marlboro Tobacco$36.278 billion /+2.0%18, Accenture Technology $36.190 billion /+39.0% 19, Coca-Cola soft drinks $35.379 billion /+6.7% 20, CITI Bank$34.443 billion /+7.0% 21 Instagram Media $33.483 billion /+33.5% 22 Lowe’s Retail $33.392 billion /+9.9% 23 Nike Apparel and Accessories $33.176 billion /+9.0%UnitedHealthcare, $32.946 billion /+20.6% 25 Xfinity Telecom, $31.263 billion /+23.9% 26 Chase bank, $30.148 billion /+4.5%Wells Fargo, $30.054 billion /-5.5% 28 Deloitte Business Services, $29.811 billion /+11.8% 29 Netflix Media, $29.411 billion /+17.9%Oracle Technology, $29.121 billion /+11.3% 31 JP Morgan, $28.888 billion /+22.6% 32 Target Retail, $28.342 billion /+37.0%American Express business Services $27.248 billion /+15.7% 34 VISA Business Services $27.089 billion /+2.2% 35 Cisco Technologies $26.599 billion /+32.2% 36 CVSRetail $26.185 billion /-2.8% 37, FedEx logistics $26.012 billion /+10.5% 38, Intel Technology $25.612 billion /-19.5% 39, Ford Motor $24.178 billion /+6.6%Spectrum Telecom, $24.083 billion /+12.4% 41 YouTube Media, $23.891 billion /+38.2% 42 PWC Business Services, $23.172 billion /+4.2% 43 Uber Logistics$22.820 billion /+11.4% 44. Dell Technologies $22.220 billion /+20.6% 45. Mastercard Business Services $21.425 billion /+12.1% 46.Technology $21.383 billion /-22.0% 47 percent, Pepsi Soft drink $20.712 billion /+12.0% 48 percent, General Electric Engineering and Construction $19.725 billion /+9.4%49. Walgreens retail $19.686 billion /+22.3% 50. PayPal Business Services $18.716 billion /+14.1% 51. Anthem Healthcare $18.611 billion /+17.0%Salesforce (CRM) technology ($17.917 billion /+35.8%) KFC ($17.623 billion /+16.9%) 54 Capital One (CONE) ($17.472 billion /+34.0%Tata Consulting Services (TCS) Technology $16.786 billion /+12.5% 56 HCA Healthcare $16.539 billion /+24.1% 57 Goldman Sachs bank $16.368 billion /+19.0% 58 NvidiaTechnology, $16.10 billion /+99.6% 59, Optum Healthcare, $15.873 billion /+28.0% 60, Boeing Aerospace & Defense, $15.497 billion /+13.8% 61, Chevron Oil & Gas$14.588 billion /-8.4% 62. Adobe Technologies $14.088 billion /+20.6% 63. Humana Healthcare $14.065 billion /+5.4% 64. Purina Foods$13.674 billion /+49.6%65, Sam’s Club Retail $13.495 billion /+22.9% 66, Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceuticals $13.379 billion /+24.4% 67, GEICO Insurance$13.071 billion /+17.6% 68, Universal Media $12.876 billion /+11.0%69, Infosys Technologies $12.777 billion /+52.1% 70, Morgan Stanley Bank$12.538 billion /+32.4% 71, Hilton $12.04 billion /+58.2% 72, Chevrolet $11.795 billion /-14.0% 73, Progressive Insurance$11.177 billion /+24.7% 74, ExxonMobil Oil and Gas $11.161 billion /-16.9% 75, Chubb Insurance $10.760 billion /+47.776, Metlife InsuranceLinkedIn media, $10.389 billion, +25.0% 78 U.S. Bank, $10.121 billion, +21.2% 79 HP Technologies$10.066 billion /+19.7% 80 Lockheed Martin Aerospace & Defense $9.979 billion /-4.0%81 S&P Global Business Services $9.877 billion /+13.7% 82 FoxMedia $9.85 billion /+5.7% 83 Publix Retail $9.813 billion /+21.7% 84 Dollar General Retail $9.442 billion /-1.7% 85 NBC Media$9.391 billion /+11.3%86; Allstate Insurance $9.357 billion /+36.6% 87; PNC Bank $9.232 billion /+35.8% 88; Honeywell Engineering and ConstructionTruist Bank, $8.851 billion, +10.5% 90. Travelers insurance, $8.738 billion, +10.0% 91. Cognizant Technologies, $8.735 billion, +8.8%T.J. Maxx Retail $8.727 billion /+34.6%93. Booking.com Leisure and Travel $8.703 billion /+5.2% 94. ESPN Media $8.695 billion /+7.5% 95$8.557 billion /+30.6% 96, Medtronic medical Devices $8.387 billion /-10.2% 97, 3M Technology diversified $8.302 billion /+3.7% 98, eBay Retail $8.301 billion /-0.6%99. Union Pacific logistics, $8.203 billion /+8.8%100. Caterpillar Engineering and Construction, $8.195 billion /+3.8%