2 edition of Place branding found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Robert Govers and Frank Go|
|Contributions||Go, Frank M.|
|LC Classifications||G155.A1 G67 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 324 p. :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||2010293635|
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Place Branding for Small Cities, Regions & Downtowns. Bill Baker (June ). Already considered a classic among managers and marketers of towns and cities, Bill Baker’s book Destination Branding for Small Cities was an instant hit. With his new book, Place Branding for Small Cities, Regions & Downtowns: The Essentials for Successful Destinations, he takes the.
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These images might be visual or consist of a catch-phrase or logo, but they should, as just about every book or website on place branding stresses, reinforce actual.
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Finding the most powerful and unique image for the place (“unique value proposition” or “brand position”) is the most important activity. In this book, I have again tried to provide a simplified view of place branding and a comprehensive, though a streamlined path to success. I've expanded the focus of the previous editions to explore why, and how,the branding efforts of communities must embrace changes as diverse as technology, consumer behavior, placemaking, urban design, new organizational /5(11).
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Place branding is not a new phenomenon. The emphasis placed on place branding has recently become particularly strong and explicit to both practitioners and scholars, in Author: Renaud Vuignier.
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Place branding has to reflect, engage and activate the people of the place. Otherwise, it’s all just a logo and a slogan. The next step in the evolution of place branding and place doing, which Author: Marian Salzman. Featuring case studies and emergent research on place branding, as well as issues and challenges faced by destinations around the world, this book is ideally suited for professionals, researchers, policy makers, practitioners, and students.
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This important new book advances understanding of place branding through its holistic, critical and evidence-based approach.4/5(1). In so doing, the contributions also show how nation, place and product as targets of branding can be seen as intertwined.
To discuss these forms of branding, book chapters refer to states, cities, holiday destinations, food malls, movies, dances, post stamps and other items that serve as brands and/or are branded.
Facebook Marketplace. As readers of Place Branding and Public Diplomacy are well aware, the question of terminology is a vexed one in this field, and no term seems more problematic than ‘brand/branding’ itself.
The definition of this elusive term, and the appropriateness of its application to nations, cities and regions, is a question to which this author has returned on Cited by: Browse book content.
About the book. Search in this book. Search in this book. Browse content A place marketing and place branding perspective revisited. Book chapter Full text access. Repositioning destination brands at a time of crisis: Jerusalem. Pages Select Chapter 25 - Epilogue: Tourism and place reputation in an.
Book Review: How to Brand Nations, Cities and Destinations: A Planning Book for Place Branding by Teemu Moilanen and Seppo Rainisto (Palgrave Macmillan,pp., $ ).Author: Marc Fetscherin.
Media Strategies for Marketing Places in Crisis is a professional book about place marketing, destination branding and strategic marketing for cities, countries and tourist destinations. Eli Avraham and Eran Ketter ’s book provides a large verity of research-based tools and strategies that can be effectively used to promote tourism, generate positive media coverage and.
Nation branding aims to measure, build and manage the reputation of countries (closely related to place branding).In the book Diplomacy in a Globalizing World: Theories and Practices, the authors define nation branding as “the application of corporate marketing concepts and techniques to countries, in the interests of enhancing their reputation in international relations.”.
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Contributions by world-leading specialists explore a series of. Place branding (includes place marketing and place promotion) is a term based on the idea that "cities and regions can be branded," whereby branding techniques and other marketing strategies are applied to "the economic, political and cultural development of cities, regions and countries." As opposed to the branding of products and services, place branding is more multidimensional.
Urban Events, Place Branding and Promotion explores the phenomenon of place event marketing, examining the ways in which events are used to brand and disseminate information about a place. It provides a novel contribution to the literature, capturing the growing interest in place promotion, and offers in-depth insights on the role of : Waldemar Cudny.
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As a result, place marketing is often mistaken as place selling or promotion (see for a discussion: Berglund and Olsson, ; Kavaratzis and Ashworth, ), focusing solely on the promotional aspects of marketing. Extract. Graham Hankinson Place branding has its origins in the literature on place promotion, which is primarily associated with the literature on urban policy, a domain of study that has attracted researchers from a variety of academic areas including geographers, sociologists, anthropologists and regional by: Place Branding: Glocal identities constructed, imagined and experienced.
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Published init is one of the more recent branding books to provide a beginner’s guide to the practices and principles of consumer behavior from the perspective of a brand manager. Marta Hereźniak is associate member of the Institute of Place Management and Adjunct Professor at the University of Lodz, Poland.
She is the author of the first in Poland doctoral dissertation and the first book about nation branding, expert of Polish Chamber of Commerce and the Institute of Polish Brand. To create a unique place, we link everything together. The brand promise with the user experience. We provide branding and place-making services for projects in various stages from pre-development strategies to post-development applications, ranging from the rebranding of existing urban districts to creating new brands for mixed-use.
This book covers 44 Countries, Regions and Cities that have tried to manage their reputation proactively, as well as examples of events that happened by chance.
The author provides insights on how any place, regardless of its size or geography, can build its brand strategy, proving that Nation and Place Branding are neither a theory nor a. Branding the Nation Melissa Aronczyk. From the first book-length, critical account of the nation-branding industry.
National governments around the world are turning to branding consultants, public relations advisers and strategic communications experts to help them “brand” their jurisdiction. Challenges in Building a Place-Brand Success Factors of Place Marketing PART Pdf THE PROCESS OF BUILDING A COUNTRY-BRAND AND THE CORNERSTONES OF SUCCESS Case Norway Case Australia Case Scotland Other Experiences in Country-Branding Projects Summary PART III: CITY AND DESTINATION BRANDING Copenhagen: A City Branding .ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Part 1: Place branding: strategies and perspectives The state of art: From country-of-origin to strategies for economic development / Adriana Campelo A strategic spatial planning approach to regional branding: challenges.
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