Destination Branding: Destination Marketing Organizations (DMO) previously referred to destination branding as the promotion and marketing of their place to a specific audience of business or leisure travellers. In recent years, both the media landscape and consumer expectations have changed dramatically, forcing destination marketers and managers to rethink their strategy. The following articles offer expert insights, examples and advice on destination branding as a strategy that goes way above and beyond catchy advertising, slogans and logos.
What does Brand New Zealand stand for today? Which associations come to your mind linked to New Zealand's country brand positioning - and if you were in charge of Brand(ing) NZ, what would you do differently (if at all)? Experts answer.
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