The Intended Image of a Place Brand: A Danish Case Study

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Resumé

This chapter studies the counterproductive impact of a place image on the entrepreneurial activities in a rural Danish municipality. Nationally, the municipality is rated ‘very good' in terms of traditional business environment measurements. However, this stands in stark contrast to the historically embedded image of the municipality. In this chapter the intended image of the municipality is compared to the image as it is perceived by newcomers. The study shows that historically embedded images of places are hard to manage and change when they involve elements with negative appeal towards a specific target audience e.g. entrepreneurs. The branding problem for the municipality is shown to be the conflict between the brands of history, entrepreneurial spirit, family friendly town, and tourism etc. To manage a place brand so diverse is almost impossible and it is clearly demonstrated that the solution has been to brand the place as everything for everybody.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelGlobal Place Branding Campaigns across Cities, Regions, and Nations
RedaktørerAhmet Bayraktar, Can Uslay
ForlagIGI global
Publikationsdato2016
Sider74-93
Kapitel4
ISBN (Trykt)9781522505761
ISBN (Elektronisk)9781522505778
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2016
NavnAdvances in Hospitality, Tourism, and the Service Industry

Fingeraftryk

Municipalities
Entrepreneurial activity
Tourism
Family-friendly
Business environment
Branding
Newcomers
Entrepreneurs

Citer dette

Hannibal, M., & Rasmussen, E. S. (2016). The Intended Image of a Place Brand: A Danish Case Study. I A. Bayraktar, & C. Uslay (red.), Global Place Branding Campaigns across Cities, Regions, and Nations (s. 74-93). IGI global. Advances in Hospitality, Tourism, and the Service Industry https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-0576-1.ch004
Hannibal, Martin ; Rasmussen, Erik Stavnsager. / The Intended Image of a Place Brand : A Danish Case Study. Global Place Branding Campaigns across Cities, Regions, and Nations. red. / Ahmet Bayraktar ; Can Uslay. IGI global, 2016. s. 74-93 (Advances in Hospitality, Tourism, and the Service Industry).
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Global Place Branding Campaigns across Cities, Regions, and Nations. red. / Ahmet Bayraktar; Can Uslay. IGI global, 2016. s. 74-93 (Advances in Hospitality, Tourism, and the Service Industry).

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Hannibal M, Rasmussen ES. The Intended Image of a Place Brand: A Danish Case Study. I Bayraktar A, Uslay C, red., Global Place Branding Campaigns across Cities, Regions, and Nations. IGI global. 2016. s. 74-93. (Advances in Hospitality, Tourism, and the Service Industry). https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-0576-1.ch004