Regional branding: how do you position a business region or metropolitan area? With many leading cities now too expensive for talent to live and work, second-tier cities and regions are benefiting from opportunities to attract investors, visitors, businesses and talented individuals, together with their families.
But what does regional branding stand for, and how is it done? The purpose of this page is to make it easier for you to find answers to those and similar questions.
Our latest posts on regional branding:
- How Economic Development Programs Can Change Perceptions of Places
- David Downs on the Next Chapter of the New Zealand Story
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