Place branding expert Malcolm Allan of Placematters shares this case study and example of region branding and marketing of Cork in South-West Ireland.
This brand strategy is the product of twenty months hard work by a brand development team led by Colliers International Destination Consulting (Dublin), with Fuzion Design and PR (Cork), Location Connections (London) and Placematters (West Sussex).
- The client, objective (brief), and key stakeholders;
- The brand problem Cork city region;
- The strategy used to enhance the branding and marketing efforts of the region of Cork;
- Auditing (current perceptions of the Cork city region);
- Development of the brand proposition;
- Final testing, refining and briefing of Cork’s city region branding strategy.
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