Essays about: "successful branding"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 91 essays containing the words successful branding.

  1. 1. Meme Marketing to Fellow Kids

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : William Lind; [2019]
    Keywords : Memes; memetic media; authenticity; corporate identity; vernacular criticism; intangible assets; reddit; twitter;

    Abstract : Corporations attempting to enter the realm of memetic media often find themselves lost and embarrassed; the chaotic nature of meme culture as a global way of expression on the internet has proven difficult, and communities like Reddits r/FellowKids enact vernacular criticism on corporations who attempt to use memes in order to reach their target audience. This study aims to reach higher knowledge of successful corporate engagement in memetic media through a text analysis of discussions between users on Reddit and the interplay on Twitter where users engage in vernacular ways with the Wendy’s Twitter account. READ MORE

  2. 2. Branding Public Transportation in Sweden

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Djenane Liasse; Jana Tigges; [2019]
    Keywords : Branding public transportation; Attitude towards Advertisement; Attitude towards Brand; Self-brand connection; Brand fit; Green Branding; Love Branding; Technology Branding; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Purpose: The purpose of this thesis it to investigate if and how branding in public transportation can influence sustainable consumer behaviour. It is of interest to analyse the influence of different branding concepts (green, love and technology) on attitude towards public transportation, the intention to use and recommend it. READ MORE

  3. 3. The use of social movements in marketing

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för strategisk kommunikation

    Author : Johanna Berggren; Karolina Lander; [2019]
    Keywords : Social movements; #Metoo; advertisement; Gillette; mixed method; visual advertising; gender in advertising; emotional branding; audience reception; Sociala rörelser; marknadsföring; visuell marknadsföring; genus i marknadsföring; publikmottagning; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : In today’s marketing, we now and then see organizations using socio-political movements. This phenomenon often creates questions amongst its audience whether the organization genuinely cares about the movement, or whether it is just an easy way to capitalize on the movement. READ MORE

  4. 4. Frenemies in Business: A Case Study on the Phenomenon of Coopetition

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Alexandra Hagman; Victoria Camps; [2019]
    Keywords : Coopetition; Cooperation; Competition; Coopetitive Relationship; Competing Companies; Coopetitors; Coopetition Process; Drivers; Challenges; Possible Positive Outcomes; Possible Negative Outcomes; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Title: Frenemies in Business: A Case Study on the Phenomenon of Coopetition Research Question: What are drivers and challenges behind coopetition, as well as possible outcomes of the relationship? Keywords: Coopetition, Cooperation, Competition, Coopetitive Relationship, Competing Companies, Coopetitors, Coopetition Process, Drivers, Challenges, Possible Positive Outcomes, Possible Negative Outcomes Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the drivers behind coopetition and to identify challenges that organizations have to overcome when cooperating with their competitors. Further, this paper will explore the possible outcomes of a coopetitive relationship. READ MORE

  5. 5. A Case Study Exploring the Most Important Factors in Firm Rebranding

    University essay from KTH/Industriell Management

    Author : Gustav Kjellin; [2019]
    Keywords : Rebranding; Firm rebranding; Branding; Brand vision; Brand commitment; Rebranding; Firm rebranding; Branding; Brand vision; Brand commitment;

    Abstract : A growing use of mergers and acquisitions as a growth strategy has led to what is often referred to as “brand accumulation”, describing a situation in which a parent firm finds itself having acquired firms to the extent that the number of brands under management exceeds the capability of the firm. This, coupled with a generational shift in the workforce that has increased the demands on brand equity amongst potential employees, has increased the need for successful firm rebrandings. READ MORE