A practitioner-led strategic place brand-management model

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Abstract:

As a relatively new field, research into place branding is predominately case-study based, focusing specifically on single place entities. This paper reports on an exploratory study that uses semi-structured interviews with place-branding practitioners working in various geographical locations (towns, cities, regions). The study tests the relevance of the components of strategic place brand management and elucidates their meaning and explores the relationships between these components. The research confirms the relevance of the components but suggests that relationships between components may be context dependent. The study makes both theoretical and managerial contributions by offering a refined, holistic, and new practitioner-led strategic place brand-management model along with structural meanings for each component that describe to those embarking on the process the key processes, activities, and success factors that are integral for an effective place-branding approach.

Keywords: brand leadership; brand management; place branding; stakeholders

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0267257X.2013.800901

Affiliations: 1: Bangor University, UK 2: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Publication date: November 1, 2013

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