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  • 1. its a war out there the war of competition the war of identity the war of image the war of perception so, its once lifetime opportunity be different be yourself be a great brandquote’s by:Fredy UtamaJune 2008 win the competition
  • 2. refreshing moment 0811 1881 275 fredyutama
  • 3. destination branding
  • 4. all images used in this presentation reserved by,,,, etcall images used in this presentation served as an illustration only, with the respect for the image ownership and the person it’s for internal use only
  • 5. ready?
  • 6. What is brand?
  • 7. logo toyota
  • 8. a brand is more than just a logo
  • 9. a brand ismore than just a name
  • 10. a brand isjust a productmore than
  • 11. a brand is just a sloganmore than
  • 12. what exactlySo is a brand?
  • 13. “ A product is something made in a factory; a brand is something that isbought by the customer. A product can “ be copied by a competitor; a brand is unique. A product can be quicklyoutdated; a successful brand is timeless. Stephen King
  • 14. ““A brand is more than a name or a logo – it is a promise and a contract with every customer with whom you are dealing. And if people feel that the offering does not live up to what they “expect from the brand, they will decide to stop buying” Richard Branson
  • 15. “ A brand is more than simply a name,trademark, a design, a slogan or an easily remembered picture. A brand built by “ experiencing their value and their promises in customer minds. Me
  • 16. in other words
  • 17. its not what you say it is
  • 18. its what they say it is
  • 19. whybrand ?
  • 20. © The Brand Union 2008
  • 21. A branddifferentiates© The Brand Union 2008from similarofferings
  • 22. a brandescape pressure tocompete on price
  • 23. a strong brandensuresquality/ trust
  • 24. brand element
  • 25. Physical Name, Logo, Typo, Color, Slogan, Sound/MusicEmotional Attitude, Personality, Value Proposition, Story
  • 26. brand element #1. Name
  • 27. can one of you help mefor this topic
  • 28. is it name important ?
  • 29. brand element#1. Logo, Typo, Color, Slogan
  • 30. now, the VERTICAL expansion of a brand
  • 31. … anindividual as a brand
  • 32. …acountry as a brand
  • 33. …aplace/city as a brand
  • 34. paris is romance
  • 35. milan is style
  • 36. new york is energy
  • 37. washington is power
  • 38. tokyo is modernity
  • 39. barcelona is culture
  • 40. rio is fun
  • 41. …adestination as a brand
  • 42. now, we’re talking about destination branding
  • 43. why destinationbranding
  • 44. Where Are We ?
  • 45. similar view similar beach
  • 46. Where Are We ? CebuPhuket Malaysia
  • 47. Where Are We ?Bali CebuPhuket Malaysia
  • 48. In today’s globalized, every placehas to compete with every other place for its share of the world’s consumers, tourists, businesses, investment, capital, respect and attention.
  • 49. e Brand UnionkartaDo we own Bali ? Do we own Bali ?
  • 50. Many place suffer from animage which is out-of-date, unfair, unbalanced
  • 51. understanding the terminology
  • 52. ?Destination branding Nation branding Place branding
  • 53. Nation branding is a field oftheory and practice whichaims to measure, build andmanage reputation ofcountries [Anholt, 2003]
  • 54. City BrandingIt is the city’s reputation or image orimpression or perception amongthose people that cares about it, suchas citizens, potential investors andvisitors
  • 55. Destination BrandingDestination branding is“selecting a consistentbrand element mix to identify and distinguish a destination through positive image building” in terms of its leisure and tourism
  • 56. commondestination branding misconception
  • 57. destination branding is simply a destinationcommunications strategy
  • 58. malaysia truly asia commercial ads
  • 59. visit indonesia commercial ads
  • 60. destination branding is simply a destination tagline,destination visual identityor even a destination logo
  • 61. much, much,branding is much,destination much more
  • 62. ads, tagline,t h a n visual identity, logo
  • 63. It is a strategic process fordeveloping a long-term visionfor a place that is relevant and compelling to key audiences.
  • 64. it influences and shapes positive perceptions of aplace/destination
  • 65. It is anchored in a community’s societal, political or economic objectives by focusing on its relevant differences, identifying the corepromise that it makes to key audiences, and developing and consistently communicating the core, positive attributes of the place
  • 66. “Taglines are fragile, limited or toobroad. They do not represent whoyou really are. A brand is the DNAof a place, what it is made of, what it passes from generation to generation. It is authentic and “ indicates what makes a place different from others Paul O’Connor
  • 67. what should we do if it happens
  • 68. is it what we calledunforgettable image
  • 69. the perceptions will bebuild by experiencing the brandeither it is good or bad experience
  • 70. destination branding the differences
  • 71. “There’s a big difference between branding a region and a company or a product. Product brands only have to please oneaudience, consumers. You don’t have to ask the beans in the can how they feel about the label. Corporate brands have more audiences to please, such as owners, managers, workers and customers. Branding a geographically entity is still more complex, especially when it involvesnational characteristics and loyalties. Brands that involve whole populations need popular permission. Wally Olins
  • 72. stakeholdersemployee manage- ment tourists
  • 73. multi dimensional factors NaturalInfrastructures Resources Cities History Education Etiquette Culture Nature Geography People Culture Character Place Brands SocialInfrastructures Resources Economy Politics Culture System Political Laws/ Culture Education Industries Economy Structure Regulations
  • 74. It should not be the task of a single department. It is a task of complex stakeholders that have multiple perspectives and interest
  • 75. There are some reasons whyDestination Branding is very important
  • 76. a strong destination brand can shift the perception of a city that may be suffering from a poor image among external and internal constituents
  • 77. a strong destination brand can createa common vision for the future of the community and its potential
  • 78. a strong destination brand can provide a consistentrepresentation of the place.
  • 79. a strong destination brand canenhance its local, regional andglobal awareness and position
  • 80. The BigQuestions
  • 81. Do you want BaliSafari Marine Park becoming adesirable place forvisitor destination
  • 82. Do you want Bali Safari Marine Parkbecoming a desirable place to work
  • 83. if yes......
  • 84. what is your vision for BSMP?
  • 85. What does your BSMP stand fortoday – both its strengths and weaknesses?
  • 86. What can and should the BSMPstand for in the future, and how do we articulate that?
  • 87. What will make the BSMP unique, valued and attractive toemployee, businesses and tourist audiences?
  • 88. How will we make this new positioning a reality?
  • 89. What role do you have inbringing the BSMP brand to life?
  • 90. the most important thingsWhat does your BSMP brand strategy to solve it?
  • 91. How will we measure success of the brand strategy?
  • 92. a lot of questions to answer a lot of things to doa lot of paper work to finished
  • 93. to makeBali Safari Marine Parka place for visitor destination a place to work
  • 94. sowhat can you do to make it happen
  • 95. this isEight Simple StepProcess to Develop aDestination Brand
  • 96. Define Clear 1Objectives
  • 97. ?Is it to attract Is it to drive and retain commerce? employee? Is it to attract visitors? or may be to change current perceptions?
  • 98. Understand the 2Target Audience
  • 99. ? What are their Who does current perceptionsthe audience and attitudes of the consist of? BSMP? What do theyneed that BSMP Can BSMP meet can provide? that need? If so, how?
  • 100. Identify Current 3Brand Image
  • 101. ? What Has the image ofassociations the BSMP changedare linked to over time? the BSMP? What visual What is the imagery does the current BSMP evoke? personality of the BSMP?
  • 102. Set the Aspirational 4Brand Identity
  • 103. What associations ? do you want peopleWhat do you to think of when want the they think of the BSMP to BSMP? stand for?What is the ideal personality or What type ofpersona for the experience BSMP? would you like to have there?
  • 104. STOP
  • 105. ?Before we continue thepresentation .......... are you familiar with the terminology brand image brand identity brand positioning
  • 106. Physical Name, Logo, Typo, Color, Slogan, Sound/MusicEmotional Attitude, Personality, Value Proposition, Story
  • 107. brand strategist Customers & Marketing,Potential customers PR, Product
  • 108. brand identity brand strategist Strategy Customers & Marketing,Potential customers PR, Product
  • 109. brand identity brand strategist Strategy brand positioning Messaging Customers & Marketing,Potential customers PR, Product
  • 110. brand identity brand Results strategist Strategybrand brandimage positioning Messaging Customers & Marketing, Potential customers PR, Product
  • 111. brand Results strategist Strategy Messaging Customers & Marketing,Potential customers PR, Product
  • 112. Develop the 5Positioning
  • 113. ?What does the positioning mean forthat audience and what are the key messages that should be communicated to influence their perceptions?
  • 114. Remember: Unique position in relation to competitors, based onDifferentiation of offering Cost of offering Specialized focus of offering
  • 115. Execute the 6Brand Strategy
  • 116. ?Where is the critical point yourtarget audience may come into contact with BSMP?
  • 117. Measure Success 7
  • 118. Monitoring the ! success of branding efforts with key audiences Measuring the effectiveness of branding and marketing activities over timeMeasuring the brand metrics in conjunction with the economic and community development metrics
  • 119. Measures the percentage Recognition Measures the percentage Awareness Brand of stakeholders who know Brand of stakeholders who know the location name in a what the location target market. represents and what it provides. Measures the percentageUnderstanding of stakeholders who can Measures how well the Delivery Brand location is delivering on the Brand identify the brand promise that the location is brand promise with its communicating in the stakeholders. marketplace. Measures whether the location brand is relevant, Brand Value motivating and valuable to stakeholders. Measures whether Uniqueness Measures the stakeholders believe the Preference Brand Brand recommendation from location’s brand promise is existing customer to relevant and distinct when others. compared to competing locations.
  • 120. Review & Review 8
  • 121. a few slides left
  • 122. ?a frequent asking questions
  • 123. how longthat it takes?
  • 124. Development and execution ofa destination brand can take a number of months or maybe years, depending onthe scope of the initiative, the level of research and the organizations involved.
  • 125. Branding is a long-termundertaking. The results take time, patience andcommitment. Set realistic criteria for success, andmake a plan for measuring success annually.
  • 126. Branding takes time, but it alsotakes consistency. Stick to your strategy for a set period of timebefore you change it. Put the energy toward delivering a consistent message, look and feel across all factor and also the communication media.
  • 127. Execution of the brand strategyrequires resourcefulness.
  • 128. the success story
  • 129. finally, the conclusion
  • 130. Understand your customer
  • 131. focus
  • 132. create an unique differentiation
  • 133. create an unforgettable story
  • 134. create an unforgettable experience
  • 135. Increase your competitiveness
  • 136. commit
  • 137. live your brand
  • 138. You never get a second chanceto make a first impression
  • 139. Every destination has a story.
  • 140. What’syours?
  • 141. “Strong brands neverhappen by accident. “ Prophet, 2002
  • 142. discussion session
  • 143. Thank You