Consumers are demanding something greater from their brands: purpose (and it’s not just those avocado-toast-eating millennials who want brands that care about something). All consumers — in every category, all over the world — want more from the companies from which they shop for goods and services. As a result, marketers are scrambling to respond; to find their purpose and stay relevant.
Destination marketers with similar product attributes can face unique challenges getting their brand to stand out from the competition. Our team gave a presentation at the Mountain Travel Symposium on the importance of finding your destination brand’s essence and defining its purpose as a way to address these challenges. In the presentation, we demonstrate how a brand with a well-defined essence and purpose can connect with customers over shared values and differentiate themselves from their competitors.
Included in our presentation deck we'll cover:
- Understanding brand essence and brand purpose
- Brand purpose for destination brands
- Case studies on aligning purpose and values
- Workshop tools to define your brand essence, purpose, and archetype