AbstractCity branding is a relatively new topic gaining extreme interest and a promising and practical field of marketing. Due to global competition, even more regions and cities around the world, are seeking solutions in place branding’s methods and practices, which now consists a main urban development tool. Having a significant amount of information, the study will focus on the city of Stockholm. Being capital of Sweden and city with strong economic and political background, the case study will focus on the factors which contribute to an attractive external image. Studying its economic structure, business environment, educational system, how residents and foreigners see and respect the city, as well as the existing city branding methods, we will try to identify the way in which city will be attractive in tourists, investors and residents, as well as whether the city manages to fulfill its objectives about Vision 2030, targeting on a “World-Class city”.
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Date of creation: Jun 2013
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City Branding; Place Marketing; Stockholm; Vision 2030; World-Class city; Brand Name;
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- NEP-IPR-2013-07-15 (Intellectual Property Rights)
- NEP-MKT-2013-07-15 (Marketing)
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