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12 Hours in Lisbon

12 hours in Lisbon, 12 hours of Happiness.

Last Sunday I just decided to get my bike with me and go around Lisbon with no destination but jut with the idea to stop wherever I wanted. 594 more words


ご当地キャラ 4 - Rezidens kyarák, 2/1. rész - Hikonyan és az iskoláslányok


Hikonyan az egyik legnépszerűbb városhoz köthető Gotōchi kyara. Hikone városát jelképezi büszkén, ahol egy szép kastély található, valamint a feudális háborúk időszakában a hikonei csata is itt zajlott. 646 more words

City Branding

City of Tokyo Announces New Logo

Tokyo Governor Yoichi Masuzoe announced the city’s new logo and tagline: &TOKYO. The thinking behind the ampersand is that the city wants to encourage individuals and organizations to put their name in front of the logo, thereby increasing various associations people have with the city, and strengthening the brand of Japan’s capital ahead of the 2020 Olympics.


Place Branding

Rough Guide City Branding

The Brief

I am expected to investigate, research and analyse the marketing context for the product/brand by utilising Word press to record and annotate the subject of branding in general and specifically about my Rough Guide City Brand 2016. 2,903 more words

City Branding

Stadiums, Subsidies, and other Wishful Thinking (Part 1)

Boston’s shot at the 2024 Olympics is dead and buried, but the post-mortem analysis will go on for many years. Why did the bid fail? Is it because Boston is the city of “no”? 2,057 more words

Economic Strategy

Zgjedhjet lokale dhe “city branding”

Në një kohë që qytetet tona rriten më shpejt, më shumë, më gjerë, e sigurisht me kulla më të larta, ne shqiptarët, rrëgjohemi gjithnjë e më shumë. 1,589 more words

Këndi Diplomatik

Atlantic Creative Cities met in Plymouth

Please find below the different presentations that earmarked the workshop “Atlantic Creative Cities” held in Plymouth on January 26th.

A big thank you to you all for attending the Creative Cities in the Atlantic Arc event, at the end of January, here in Plymouth. 205 more words

Atlantic Cities