From a country branding and reputation perspective, Latin America is a very interesting region to learn from. In this interview, Lina Maria Echeverri, director of the Country Brand Observatory (Marca País), shares her thoughts on place branding in South America and the reputation of Colombia.
- The country branding of Peru and Costa Rica as good practice examples;
- To what extent a country’s political environment and its business leadership influence the process of constructing a country brand;
- The main purpose and challenges of country brands in Latin America especially;
- The difference between public diplomacy and country branding in terms of purpose;
- The current state of country branding practice in Latin America.
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