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Fan Identification and Sponsorship
59,00 € *
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Since last few years ago, sport sponsorship has been the most popular persuasive communication media among others sponsorship. Moreover, sport events are gaining millions of supporters by TV broadcasting and live attendance every year. With this growth, Most of the companies receive many opportunities of increasing their exposure and fans'' goodwill towards their team by sponsoring in sports. To conduct the successful sponsorship in sport market, fan identification effects are important, through collective self-concept or group esteem. However, there are few academic literatures which studied on this field and mostly are still unclear results on fan identification effects. Thus, this book investigates how fan identification is important for consumers'' behaviors in terms of brand credibility, attitude toward brand, purchase intention. Moreover, this study provide identification is important for managers/marketers to understand the effect of sport sponsorship on members of their target population and choosing the right team or sport event to sponsor based on fans'' identification with the team.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Growing Brands Through Sponsorship
74,89 € *
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Philip Gross addresses a new opportunity for growing brands that may reside within a sponsorship alliance. Typically, brands vie for image transfer from an event or other property when entering a sponsorship engagement. Yet this practice leaves a valuable part of a sponsorship alliance unexploited. Specifically, the author infers from theories of social and cognitive psychology to propose and test a research model that accounts for a sponsor to also gain from brand attitude and personality traits innately tied to a co‑sponsor of the same event. The results provide evidence for direct image transfer between two sponsor brands. Hence, pairing with a co‑sponsor might fortify or dilute a sponsor brand's image depending on the expediency of the image conveyed by that ally.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Fan Identification and Sponsorship
101,00 CHF *
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Since last few years ago, sport sponsorship has been the most popular persuasive communication media among others sponsorship. Moreover, sport events are gaining millions of supporters by TV broadcasting and live attendance every year. With this growth, Most of the companies receive many opportunities of increasing their exposure and fans' goodwill towards their team by sponsoring in sports. To conduct the successful sponsorship in sport market, fan identification effects are important, through collective self-concept or group esteem. However, there are few academic literatures which studied on this field and mostly are still unclear results on fan identification effects. Thus, this book investigates how fan identification is important for consumers' behaviors in terms of brand credibility, attitude toward brand, purchase intention. Moreover, this study provide identification is important for managers/marketers to understand the effect of sport sponsorship on members of their target population and choosing the right team or sport event to sponsor based on fans' identification with the team.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Growing Brands Through Sponsorship
99,90 CHF *
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Philip Gross addresses a new opportunity for growing brands that may reside within a sponsorship alliance. Typically, brands vie for image transfer from an event or other property when entering a sponsorship engagement. Yet this practice leaves a valuable part of a sponsorship alliance unexploited. Specifically, the author infers from theories of social and cognitive psychology to propose and test a research model that accounts for a sponsor to also gain from brand attitude and personality traits innately tied to a co‑sponsor of the same event. The results provide evidence for direct image transfer between two sponsor brands. Hence, pairing with a co‑sponsor might fortify or dilute a sponsor brand's image depending on the expediency of the image conveyed by that ally.     Contents ·        Brands and Identity-Based Brand Management ·        Sponsorship Alliance ·        Brand Image Transfer: Attitude and Personality    Target Groups ·        Researchers and students in the fields of marketing, brand management and brand image transfer ·        Practitioners in the field of sponsorship management    The Author Dr. Philip Gross obtained his doctoral degree from the Institute of Marketing and Management at the University of Hanover where he works with Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Wiedmann. As a founding partner and academic advisor to “Axonalliance – Bright Strategies” he engages with clients on issues of brand leadership and strategic marketing.  

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Growing Brands Through Sponsorship
87,90 CHF *
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¿Philip Gross addresses a new opportunity for growing brands that may reside within a sponsorship alliance. Typically, brands vie for image transfer from an event or other property when entering a sponsorship engagement. Yet this practice leaves a valuable part of a sponsorship alliance unexploited. Specifically, the author infers from theories of social and cognitive psychology to propose and test a research model that accounts for a sponsor to also gain from brand attitude and personality traits innately tied to a co-sponsor of the same event. The results provide evidence for direct image transfer between two sponsor brands. Hence, pairing with a co-sponsor might fortify or dilute a sponsor brand's image depending on the expediency of the image conveyed by that ally.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Fan Identification and Sponsorship
75,99 € *
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Since last few years ago, sport sponsorship has been the most popular persuasive communication media among others sponsorship. Moreover, sport events are gaining millions of supporters by TV broadcasting and live attendance every year. With this growth, Most of the companies receive many opportunities of increasing their exposure and fans' goodwill towards their team by sponsoring in sports. To conduct the successful sponsorship in sport market, fan identification effects are important, through collective self-concept or group esteem. However, there are few academic literatures which studied on this field and mostly are still unclear results on fan identification effects. Thus, this book investigates how fan identification is important for consumers' behaviors in terms of brand credibility, attitude toward brand, purchase intention. Moreover, this study provide identification is important for managers/marketers to understand the effect of sport sponsorship on members of their target population and choosing the right team or sport event to sponsor based on fans' identification with the team.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Growing Brands Through Sponsorship
72,99 € *
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Philip Gross addresses a new opportunity for growing brands that may reside within a sponsorship alliance. Typically, brands vie for image transfer from an event or other property when entering a sponsorship engagement. Yet this practice leaves a valuable part of a sponsorship alliance unexploited. Specifically, the author infers from theories of social and cognitive psychology to propose and test a research model that accounts for a sponsor to also gain from brand attitude and personality traits innately tied to a co‑sponsor of the same event. The results provide evidence for direct image transfer between two sponsor brands. Hence, pairing with a co‑sponsor might fortify or dilute a sponsor brand's image depending on the expediency of the image conveyed by that ally.     Contents ·        Brands and Identity-Based Brand Management ·        Sponsorship Alliance ·        Brand Image Transfer: Attitude and Personality    Target Groups ·        Researchers and students in the fields of marketing, brand management and brand image transfer ·        Practitioners in the field of sponsorship management    The Author Dr. Philip Gross obtained his doctoral degree from the Institute of Marketing and Management at the University of Hanover where he works with Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Wiedmann. As a founding partner and academic advisor to “Axonalliance – Bright Strategies” he engages with clients on issues of brand leadership and strategic marketing.  

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Growing Brands Through Sponsorship
77,00 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

¿Philip Gross addresses a new opportunity for growing brands that may reside within a sponsorship alliance. Typically, brands vie for image transfer from an event or other property when entering a sponsorship engagement. Yet this practice leaves a valuable part of a sponsorship alliance unexploited. Specifically, the author infers from theories of social and cognitive psychology to propose and test a research model that accounts for a sponsor to also gain from brand attitude and personality traits innately tied to a co-sponsor of the same event. The results provide evidence for direct image transfer between two sponsor brands. Hence, pairing with a co-sponsor might fortify or dilute a sponsor brand's image depending on the expediency of the image conveyed by that ally.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 12.08.2020
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