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Not all place brands are destinations. A case study presentation on the economy brand and strategy designed by Barrett and Welsh for the City of Brampton's Economic Development Office.

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Gavin Barrett Schulich Guest Lecture: Brampton EDO Case

  1. 1. TD CANADA TRUST RESL 2013: SOUTH ASIAN CREATIVE/ MEDIA © barrettandwelsh Creating and managing Brampton’s Economic Brand NOT ALL PLACE BRANDS ARE DESTINATIONS gavin barrett > barrettandwelsh > june 27, 2013
  2. 2. © barrettandwelsh A COMPLEX REALITY Multiple stakeholders, needs and objectives
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  4. 4. © barrettandwelsh Sharon Wilcox Bob Darling Sohail Saeed Cassandra Baccardax Kelly Ballinger Jennifer Vivian Nancy Johnston Andrea Thomson Amanda Lemon Denise McClure Jeff Baines Brian Stittle Daniel Bishun Dennis Cutajar DOCUMENT REVIEW SECONDARY RESEARCH DISCOVERY: BRAND EQUITY ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS INTERVIEWS: EDO INTERVIEWS: BARAC Peter VanSickle Bob Peacock Param Sidhu Tony DePascal Sham Jamal Marnie Richards Steve Shields Councillor Gael Miles Councillor Sandra Hames Mayor Susan Fennell Brampton’s Economic Foundations - SWOT Analysis Downtown Brampton HACE Creative Economy Action Plan Brampton Guardian “Why Brampton” Contest Responses SBEC Strategic Plan 2011 - 2015 Downtown Brampton Creative Economy Plan Official City Plan 2006 Six Pillars Strategic Plan City of Brampton EDO Social Media Strategy Brampton in the Supply Chain presentation Rose Theatre Patron Experience Survey EDO Marketing Strategy 1999-2001, 2002-2004, 2006-2008, 2009-2011 EDO Strategy and Plan 2012 Economic Development & Communications Business Plan Home for the Holidays - Contest Responses Resident Attitudes Towards City of Brampton - 2007 Brampton Corporate Communications Handbook Brampton Visual Identity Guide Flower City Strategy and Administration Plan Brampton Guardian Brampton EDO Twitter feed Mayor Susan Fennell FB Page CatchTheSpiritBrampton.com Workopolis Listings / Twitter feeds TripAdvisor StatsCanada City of Brampton Website & Information Portals VISITS Tours and site visits to key Brampton EDO-related locations Companies that recently chose not to be in Brampton: to be completed Primary Community Research - recommended, not in mandate ADDITIONAL RESEARCH (Recommended)
  5. 5. © barrettandwelsh “cheap and run down”, “nothing to do” blue collar, low income, high crime, not safe, high insurance, community defending & apologizing for choosing Brampton THERE IS A “DARK CLOUD” OVER THE BRAMPTON BRAND... DISCOVERY AND GAP ANALYSIS
  6. 6. © barrettandwelsh THE SILVER LINING: THE COMMUNITY “great place to raise a family”, “I love to live here” “one of the best parks and recreation programs” “small town feel”, “a strong heritage” “great work ethic”, “hardworking” “good neighbours, great neighbourhoods” “raw energy” DISCOVERY AND GAP ANALYSIS
  7. 7. © barrettandwelsh DISCOVERY AND GAP ANALYSIS •9th largest city in Canada, 4th largest in Ontario •Lowest median age (34.7 years), among the largest cities •Average HHI of $93,961 (2011) •Culturally, ethnically rich, vibrant and alive •World Heath Organization International Safe Community •FT Ranking 8th in Infrastructure •Triple-A Credit Rating by Standard and Poors •Sheridan Institute of Advanced Technology and Learning •Algoma University THE HARD FACTS: THE OUTLOOK IS BRIGHT
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  9. 9. © barrettandwelsh What is best about Brampton?
  10. 10. © barrettandwelsh perception Make positive realities outstrip negative perceptions. Perception-reality disconnect. messaging Create positive brand mythology to replace fuzzy fictions and price of entry functional stories. Absence of a story. opportunity Leverage the right assets better. Use of non-differentiating assets. Brampton’s positive realities had to outstrip negative perceptions. But it could not do this by leveraging the typical — like most economies. DISCOVERY AND GAP ANALYSIS
  11. 11. © barrettandwelsh Strategic Brand Foundation Strategic Objective Brand ID DevelopmentStrategic Approach
  12. 12. © barrettandwelsh CITY BRANDS FRAMEWORK PRESENCE POTENTIAL PULSE PLACE PEOPLE PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS Perception of economic and educational opportunities. Does it seem easy to find a job? Is it a good place to do business or pursue higher education. Perception of city life: are there interesting things to fill free time with? Is it exciting and are there new things to discover? City's international status and standing + the global familiarity/ knowledge of the city. City's contribution to global science, culture and governance Perception of physical attributes: climate, cleanliness, architecture, parks. Perception of citizens: are they warm and welcoming, does it feel safe, is it easy to fit in in terms of language and culture. Perception of city basics: are they satisfactory, affordable and accommodating? How good are the schools, hospitals, transportation and sports facilities.
  13. 13. © barrettandwelsh PRESENCE POTENTIAL PULSE PLACE PEOPLE PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS NEW YORK CITY BILBAO BRAMPTON (CITY) DISCOVERY: BRAND EQUITY ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS
  14. 14. © barrettandwelsh PRESENCE POTENTIAL PULSE PLACE PEOPLE PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS Perception of economic opportunities. Does it seem easy to find a job? Is it a good place to do business? Perception of city’s economic life: are there interesting businesses? Is there a downtown business core? Are they new business events and launches? City's international status and standing + the global familiarity/ knowledge of the city. City's place in global economy. Perception of physical attributes: geography, climate, cleanliness, architecture, parks. Perception of community: age, education, competitiveness, innovation, culture of entrepreneurship Perception of city’s economic basics: are they satisfactory, affordable and accommodating? How good are the regulatory environment, financial sector, transportation, tax base, business support? EDO BRAND FRAMEWORK
  15. 15. © barrettandwelsh PRESENCE POTENTIAL PULSE PLACE PEOPLE PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS BRAMPTON EDO “there are three cities that [franchisors] are not interested in, Richmond Hill, Markham and Brampton” “excellent parks and rec” “who would know” Strategically located to access GTA, Ontario and Canada, Access to Pearson & CN Intermodal, Availability of ICI land, strong business support “ghost town after 5” blue collar, low income, “hardworking”, “excellent workers”
  16. 16. © barrettandwelsh PRESENCE POTENTIAL PULSE PLACE PEOPLE PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS NEW YORK CITY BILBAO BRAMPTON (CITY) ? DISCOVERY: BRAND EQUITY ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS BRAMPTON (ECONOMY)
  17. 17. © barrettandwelsh PRESENCE POTENTIAL PULSE PLACE PEOPLE PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS Perception of economic opportunities. Does it seem easy to find a job? Is it a good place to do business. Perception of city’s economic life: are there interesting businesses? Is there a downtown business core? Are they new business events and launches? City's international status and standing + the global familiarity/ knowledge of the city. City's place in global economy. Perception of physical attributes: geography, climate, cleanliness, architecture, parks. Perception of community: age, education, competitiveness, innovation, culture of entrepreneurship Perception of city’s economic basics: are they satisfactory, affordable and accommodating? How good are the regulatory environment, financial sector, transportation, tax base, business support? RECAP BRAMPTON’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BRAND
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  19. 19. © barrettandwelsh New York:
  20. 20. © barrettandwelsh Paris:
  21. 21. © barrettandwelsh Toronto:
  22. 22. © barrettandwelsh Bilbao:
  23. 23. © barrettandwelsh Use our Guggenheim to define our brand.
  24. 24. © barrettandwelsh But what’s our Guggenheim?
  25. 25. © barrettandwelsh What is best in Brampton?
  26. 26. © barrettandwelsh The spirit of Bramptonians.
  27. 27. © barrettandwelsh Our Guggenheim is... us!
  28. 28. © barrettandwelsh BRAND DEVELOPMENT Our Guggenheim is Us Strategic Objective Brand ID DevelopmentStrategic Approach Approved Strategic Brand Foundation
  29. 29. Our Guggenheim is Us. Allows us to be rich in the most valuable of all resources - people.
  30. 30. Our Guggenheim is Us. Catapults us into the next generation of globally competitive cities.
  31. 31. Our Guggenheim is Us. Enables us to differentiate ourselves from every other city.
  32. 32. © barrettandwelsh BRAND DEVELOPMENT Our Guggenheim is Us Strategic Objective Rebrand and reposition the Brampton economic brand as a forward-thinking, creative, dynamic catalyst for business success Brand ID DevelopmentStrategic Approach Approved Strategic Brand Foundation
  33. 33. © barrettandwelsh ? BRAND DEVELOPMENT Our Guggenheim is Us Strategic Brand Foundation Strategic Objective Rebrand and reposition the Brampton economic brand as a forward-thinking, creative, dynamic catalyst for business success Unleash Brampton’s most powerful, yet underutilized asset – the raw energy of its human potential – and leverage it to build a mythology for Brampton’s economic brand Strategic Approach Brand ID Development
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  35. 35. © barrettandwelsh KEY PATHWAYS Raw human energy Growth catalyst Boundless opportunity Our Guggenheim is Us Approved Strategic Brand Foundation Approved SMO Rebrand and reposition the Brampton economic brand as a forward-thinking, creative, dynamic catalyst for business success Unleash Brampton’s most powerful, yet underutilized asset – the raw energy of its human potential – and leverage it to build a mythology for Brampton’s economic brand Approved Strategic Approach Brand ID Development
  36. 36. © barrettandwelsh CREATING THE BRAND identify this is who i am differentiate remember me signify like me
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  38. 38. © barrettandwelsh opportunity Leverage the right assets better. perception Make positive realities outstrip negative perceptions. messaging Create positive brand mythology to replace fuzzy fictions and price of entry functional stories. Perception-reality disconnect. Absence of a story. DISCOVERY AND GAP ANALYSIS: KEY LEARNINGS FOR BRAMPTON’S EDO BRAND: Use of non-differentiating assets.
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  42. 42. © barrettandwelsh The story of Brampton...
  43. 43. © barrettandwelsh “Live, work, play”? 1.7 billion google search results. “Open for business”? 488 million.
  44. 44. © barrettandwelsh “Live, work, play”? 1.7 billion google search results. “Open for business”? 488 million.
  45. 45. © barrettandwelsh THE PRIMARY ELEMENTS OF BRAND IDENTITY brand name brand tag brand logo brand identity VERBAL IDENTITY VISUAL IDENTITY
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  49. 49. © barrettandwelsh BETWEEN THE LINES: B... BRAND IDENTITY 2 Meaning: b... = brampton, brampton is more - a place that is more than the expected; b... = be, be more, be a better, greater, fuller you; b... = business, business that expands, connects, grows, is creative, opportunistic, looks for solutions, is filled with possibilities. Rationalization: Invitation to exist in, move to and benefit from a place (Brampton) that offers a plethora of choices, a liberating diversity of opportunity. Intangibles: raw energy, essential, personal, “Be!”, human, expressive, invitational, imperative, creative, imaginative, celebratory, a rallying cry, a call to action, unending, excitement, an appetite for life, constantly evolving, growing, no red tape, liberty, a liberating environment , freedom!, alive, aspirational, inspiring, extraordinary, open, open-ended, open-minded, potential unlocked unfolding, expanding, multi-faceted, inclusive, diverse, adaptable, flexible, connected, variegated, mosaic Differentiation: fresh and unique as a city economic (and other) brand name both in the GTA and internationally Negatives: ambiguous, unplanned, undefined, unknowns...
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  56. 56. © barrettandwelsh Leadership buy in, civic pride, media buzz, a morale lift, the halo effect, the disciple effect, celebration
  57. 57. © barrettandwelsh
  58. 58. © barrettandwelsh LET’S TALK...

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