International Place Branding Event Liverpool 2018
May 31-June 1, 2018

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Place Branding? It's not about the logo

So, if it’s not about ‘the logo’, what is it about? Join the vibrant discussion on what it takes to create a successful place and destination brand at the International Place Branding Event Liverpool 2018.

 

Featuring speakers from top city destinations such as Amsterdam, London, Stockholm, Barcelona, Hamburg, Liverpool and more, this lively forum is designed to spark discussion and stimulate thought and debate.

 

The place branding event will take place a decade on from Liverpool’s year as European Capital of Culture, which is looked back on as a hugely transformative award. Since 2008, Liverpool has seen a year-on-year increase in visitors and won external acclaim for its innovative place branding work.

 

The event is for both private and public professionals working with place and destination branding, marketing and communications. This includes cities, city districts, municipalities, regional and national governmental employees as well as consultants and academic institutions.

 

  • Directors of city and municipality marketing organisations 
  • Marketing leaders from tourism boards
  • Marketing staff working with inward investment, economic and residential growth
  • Property and real estate companies working with place making and development projects
  • Advisors, agencies and consultancies working with city and governmental clients
  • Academic staff and students

We'll gather at the iconic Titanic Hotel in Liverpool, from Thursday, May 31 to Friday, June 1, 2018, and debate the proposition: ‘Place Branding? It’s Not About the Logo.’  You can expect to be challenged, entertained, informed and delighted during this edgy, disruptive and informative TED-style forum with ample opportunity for discussion.

 

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What’s it all about?

Destination marketing is a relatively young discipline. Over the past 10 years, cyberspace has proven to be crucial in establishing a city presence or reputation. Many cities, municipalities and regions that developed identities and slogans a number of years ago are now entering a tricky 'second phase' of development and are asking questions such as:

 

  • How do we differentiate ourselves from our competitors?
  • How do we compete internationally?
  • Now that we’ve established our identity and slogan, what comes next?
  • What should we be doing today that we didn’t do 10 years ago?

Designed to address this second phase, Place Branding? It’s Not About the Logo establishes a platform for lively, comprehensive analysis and discussion around the topic.

Why attend?

Join up to 200 other attendees from European cities, municipalities, regions, companies and consultants who will find a wealth of interesting and informative topics being discussed by expert panels. In addition to insights and information, the event provides an unrivalled opportunity for networking and knowledge sharing.

 

Need to convince your boss? Download our "Why Attend" Sample Letter.

Who should attend?

A this one and a half day event is designed for public and private sector professionals working in:

  • city/regional marketing
  • economic development
  • regional investment or promotion
  • talent attraction
  • tourism
  • communications
  • event management 

 

In Liverpool… but not about Liverpool

The venue and host city for this dynamic place branding event is the vibrant city of Liverpool, which in 2018 celebrates the 10th anniversary of being awarded the accolade of ‘European Capital of Culture - 2008’.

 

Filmed, streamed & visible 

The entire event will be filmed and live-streamed, allowing colleagues within your organisation back home to look in on the discussion. Social media and content campaigns will promote and distribute content on the event for up to 6 months afterwards. This content can be used by all sponsors and partners.

 

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Event accredited by the Institute of Place Marketing

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Fasten your seatbelts and get ready to hear from the innovators behind some of Europe's most forward-thinking place brands, including the City of Stockholm, Liverpool, and Amsterdam about why "It's not about the logo!" After they share their secrets about place branding, you'll have the opportunity to participate in a lively Q&A.  Don't hold back – we won't! 

 

When: May 31 to June 1, 2018

Event registration opens at 5 pm on Thursday, May 31, 2018, followed by a welcome reception for attendees. The event closes at 5 pm on Friday, June 1, 2018.*

Our speakers include

  • city marketing executives 
  • destination branding experts
  • identity creators
  • specialists from key European cities & organisations

The Format:

The event will feature short TED-style  presentations, followed by Q&A sessions with on-stage speaker panels. Our moderator Maddy Savage, who worked as a multimedia BBC staff journalist for ten years, will help to keep the debate at the event lively yet focused. 

*The organisers reserve the right to make changes and alterations to the programme. 

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Olle Zetterberg
CEO of Stockholm Business Region

Olle Zetterberg

CEO of Stockholm Business Region

CEO of Stockholm Business Region is. Zetterberg was born in Stockholm 1951, and has worked for the City of Stockholm since 1981. He began his career as head of the revenue agency in the social department with a background as master of law degree from the University of Stockholm. He then worked as Director of Social Welfare in two different districts in the city. For two years he was also the city's refugee coordinator.

Subsequently, Zetterberg became in turn, Recreation Director, Culture and Sport Director, Director of city planning, Director of traffic and real estate. Since 2007 he is CEO of Stockholm Business Region with the affiliated companies Visit Stockholm AB and Invest Stockholm Business Region AB. The same year he became the Chairman for the Stockholm business incubator STING.

Mateu Hernández Maluquer
Managing Director of Barcelona Global

Mateu Hernández Maluquer

Managing Director of Barcelona Global

Maluquer was previously the managing director of the Economic Development Agency of the City of Barcelona, where he coordinated policies and programmes in Barcelona on employment, entrepreneurship, business, attracting foreign direct investment, the city’s brand, technological innovation, promotion and trading standards, city markets and tourism. As managing director of the Economic Development Agency, he was the executive vice president of Barcelona Activa, Mercabana, and had executive responsibilities in the 22@ innovation district. He previously developed his career at Barcelona Activa, the local development agency of the City Council, as managing director and executive director.

Maluquer designed and implemented policies to promote entrepreneurship and innovation in Barcelona, and was part of the leadership team designing a strategic plan for Barcelona, he was part of the team's bid to win the Barcelona Mobile World capital, and he has developed several innovative programmes to promote local and regional economic development. He graduated on an executive programme in Business Administration from IESE, and he also graduated in law from the University of Barcelona and has a Master’s in Public and Social Policy from the Pompeu Fabra University and Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. He has also taken part in various OECD studies on local economic development. In 2006, he participated in the Marshall Memorial Fellowship programme in the United States and teaches courses on public policy and local development.

Frans van der Avert
CEO of Amsterdam Marketing, Netherlands

Frans van der Avert

CEO of Amsterdam Marketing, Netherlands

Van der Avert received his degree from Reinwardt Academy of Museum Management in 1984, going on to specialise in cultural marketing. From 1991 to 2002, he worked at Amsterdam’s celebrated Rijksmuseum in public relations. In 2002, Van der Avert was named Director of Communication, Education and Marketing for exhibition centres De Nieuwe Kerk and Hermitage Amsterdam. There he was responsible for marketing the launch of the new Hermitage Museum, which opened in June 2009. For his success, he was awarded the title of Communication Person of the Year by the Dutch Association of Communication Professionals.

Since 2011, Van der Avert has been the Chief Marketing Officer at Amsterdam Partners of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. In this function, he was responsible for merging three marketing organisations into one new city marketing organisation, Amsterdam Marketing. In January 2013, he was appointed CEO of Amsterdam Marketing. Van der Avert resides in Amsterdam since 1984 and serves as a member on several different boards and advisory committees of the Dutch Museum Association and various companies.

Tracy Halliwell
Director of Business Tourism & Major Events, London & Partners

Tracy Halliwell

Director of Business Tourism & Major Events, London & Partners

Halliwell joined London & Partners from Visit London, the capital’s global marketing organisation. At London & Partners, she heads up London’s Convention Bureau and Major Events division, managing the event solutions team and a proactive global sales team focused on attracting discretionary business, cultural & sporting events to the capital. At the same time, she works with city stakeholders and member organisations to develop and build London’s business and major events tourism offering. In 2013, she was awarded the Eventia Outstanding Achievement honour and named in the 2013, 2014, and 2015 Event 100 list of the most influential people in the industry.

Prior to joining London & Partners, Tracy had over 20 years’ experience in senior sales and marketing positions in the hospitality industry, including Vice-President of Sales EMEA for Millennium and Copthorne Hotels, Global Sales Director for Thistle Hotels (then the largest hotel operator in London), Senior Vice-President Sales & Marketing North America for Le Meridien Hotels and Resorts, as well as numerous property-based Director of Sales & Marketing roles within London and the UK. She was awarded an MBE for services to business tourism in 2014.
Stefan Nöthen
Head of Strategy & Brand Management, Hamburg Marketing

Stefan Nöthen

Head of Strategy & Brand Management, Hamburg Marketing

Born in 1972, Nöthen studied geography, economics and sociology in Berlin, New York and Havana. He started his professional career in a Düsseldorf based consultancy in the field of foreign aid, where he managed projects in international business development. A few years later, he exchanged travelling the globe for the microcosm of Hamburg where he joined the newly-founded Hamburg Marketing GmbH, a subsidiary of the City of Hamburg and the Chamber of Commerce. For the 2006 Soccer World Cup, he organised the official ‘Fan Fest’ public viewing area, creating a temporary stadium for 70,000 spectators gathered around a giant screen in the heart of the city. Subsequently, he went on to develop the Event Marketing Unit within Hamburg Marketing and created new events for Hamburg and supported existing, ambitious events with a strong brand fit.

From 2013, he has managed the city brand of Hamburg. Together with his team, he enhances the profile of Hamburg by setting the major marketing topics and developing the stories to be told. In 2015, Nöthen also became marketing director of the Hamburg bid committee for the Olympic Summer Games 2024, which came to an abrupt end when the citizens of Hamburg, in a referendum, voted against pursuing the bid. Hamburg experienced special attention when the new concert hall, the Elbphilharmonie, opened in 2017. Hamburg Marketing made sure that this valuable addition to Hamburg’s place branding was properly channelled and communicated, leading to 4.5 million visitors to the building in its opening year.

Chris Brown
Director, Marketing Liverpool

Chris Brown

Director, Marketing Liverpool

Brown is a graduate of the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. After working in a number of Hotels as a General Manager, in 1999 he altered course to work in destination management. Initially, he worked for five years at The Mersey Partnership as Director of Tourism, Director of Operations and interim Chief Executive before taking the role of Chief Executive at Marketing Cheshire, formerly Visit Chester and Cheshire, in 2004.

He returned to Liverpool in 2013 to establish Marketing Liverpool and to promote the city as a first-class destination for leisure, business, and study. Chris is also responsible, together with city partners, for promoting the Liverpool brand nationally and internationally.

He is a keen follower of all things ‘Scotland’ and covets a long-held ambition to see the country finally win something.

Graeme Richardson
Founder & CEO, TravelCo in Swedish Lapland AB

Graeme Richardson

Founder & CEO, TravelCo in Swedish Lapland AB

An Australian Swede Richardson has enjoyed diverse business experiences in Australia, including 10 years in the tourism industry on the Barrier Reef, and more recently in the arctic region of Scandinavia. He has been a contributor to the development of the tourism industry across a diverse range of destinations. He was previously Head of Marketing at the Swedish Lapland Visitors Board.

His new business TravelCo in Swedish Lapland has two core missions. One is as a partner for tourism companies in Swedish Lapland helping develop and market new and innovative products and packages for international distribution. The other is as a partner to inbound agents and tour operators helping on the ground in Swedish Lapland to find new and innovative products and packages with local partners.

Julian Stubbs
CEO & Founder UP THERE, EVERYWHERE, Place Brand Consultant

Julian Stubbs

CEO & Founder UP THERE, EVERYWHERE, Place Brand Consultant

Julian Stubbs is a brand strategist, writer, and presenter who has worked with developing brand strategies and identities for a wide range of organisations and places. From Technicolor, the Hollywood movie company, to the Nobel Peace Prize Concert, to the city of Stockholm, in Sweden. Today he is working with a number of brand and identity projects across the world from California to Switzerland, from biotech and healthcare companies to places and cities. He is also a frequent keynote speaker at conferences and seminars and moderator of workshops. His first business book, titled ‘Wish You Were Here’, explores the branding of places and destinations as well as his work for the city of Stockholm, where he created the brand positioning and tagline ‘Stockholm, The Capital of Scandinavia’.

Stubbs is the founder and CEO of UP THERE, EVERYWHERE, the global cloud-based brand and digital communications group which today has over 160 people based in 19 locations around the world. He is a firm advocate of digital content and inbound marketing and his company is a HubSpot Platinum Partner agency. He travels about 120 days a year from his home just outside of Stockholm, Sweden. He is married, with two boys, and in his free time his passion is watching Liverpool FC, playing tennis, reading history and anything to do with The Beatles.

Marcus Lyon
British Artist & TEDx Speaker on Globalisation & Mass Development

Marcus Lyon

British Artist & TEDx Speaker on Globalisation & Mass Development

Marcus Lyon (b. 1965) is a British artist. Commissioned and exhibited globally, his works and publications are held in both private and international collections including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Arts Council of Great Britain and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC.

Born and raised in rural Britain, Lyon studied Political Science at Leeds University & Leadership at Harvard Business School and Kennedy School of Government. His early working life with Amnesty International and the International Children’s Trust in Latin America was the inspiration for his thirty-year exploration of the issues at the heart of globalisation.

In the early 90’s he founded the Glassworks, a multidisciplinary atelier and production house for commissioned and original art. As a portrait artist, he has photographed a diverse range of public figures from Queen Elizabeth II, to Bill Nighy and the last four British Prime Ministers. He has created extensive bodies of work around dance, disability sport, science and development. The early 21st century saw his work move from the micro to the macro with the formation of the large-scale BRIC, EXODUS, TIMEOUT & FUEL series: explorations of the modern world and our global mass behaviours. In recent years, he has undertaken significant collaborative commissions, most notably his RAMBERT, SOMOS BRASIL and OPTOGENOME series.

Outside the art world, Lyon is a determined social entrepreneur and an active public speaker on both photography and development. A TEDx speaker, he currently serves on the boards of Somerset House and Leaders’ Quest and is a Founder Ambassador for Home-Start UK, Photovoice, Blesma and The Consortium for Street Children. Lyon lives between central London and São Paulo with his wife Bel and their children Florence (b. 2010) and Arthur (b. 2012).

Gary Warnaby
Professor of Place Branding, Manchester Metropolitan University

Gary Warnaby

Professor of Place Branding, Manchester Metropolitan University

Warnaby graduated in history from the University of Newcastle in 1983. After completing postgraduate studies in marketing, he spent a few years in stores management with BHS plc in a variety of locations across the UK before settling down into higher education in 1991. Since then, he has worked at the Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, the universities of Salford, Liverpool and Manchester, where he was Professor of Marketing in the School of Materials. He is now Professor of Retailing and Marketing, based in the Institute of Place Management at Manchester Metropolitan University.

His research interests focus on the marketing and branding of places (particularly in an urban context) and retailing. Results of this research have been published in various academic journals in the management, architecture and geography disciplines, including Environment and Planning A, Journal of Business Research, Tourism Management,

Journal of Service Research, Marketing Theory, Consumption Markets & Culture, European Journal of Marketing, International Journal of Management Reviews, Area, Cities and Local Economy. He is co-author of Relationship Marketing: A Consumer Experience Approach (Sage, 2010), Pop-up Retailing – Managerial and Strategic Perspectives (Springer 2017), and co-editor of Rethinking Place Branding: Comprehensive Brand Development for Cities and Regions (Springer, 2015), and Designing With Smell: Practices, Techniques an Challenges (Routledge 2017).

Kim Heinen
International Press Officer, City of Rotterdam

Kim Heinen

International Press Officer, City of Rotterdam

Kim Heinen has been an International Press Officer with Rotterdam Partners since 2010.  

Rotterdam Partners work to strengthen the Rotterdam economy and promote the region to businesses, visitors and residents. Rotterdam Partners promotes dialogue and exchange of knowledge and experience between partners and networks in the city and the local authorities from a regional, national and international perspective. 

 

Ritula Shah
Award-winning BBC Journalist and Broadcaster

Ritula Shah

Award-winning BBC Journalist and Broadcaster

Ritula Shah is an award winning BBC journalist and broadcaster.

She is currently the main presenter of the World Tonight, Radio 4’s main evening news programme, which has a focus on international affairs. She's presented the programme from countries including Brazil, Jordan, India, China, the US, Finland and Germany.

She's also regularly presented Woman's Hour, PM and Any Questions on Radio 4 and has made a number or documentaries and series for the station.

Ritula was the launch presenter of the World Today, a daily news programme on the BBC World Service and spent a decade reporting for and presenting for the network. 

Ritula has chaired events on international issues at a number of think tanks and universities, including Chatham House, Carnegie Tsinghua  Centre, the Asia Society and Kings College London.

She's a trustee of the International Institute for the Visual Arts and an ambassador for the British Asian Trust. 

Jo Davis
GVA National Head of Planning, Development and Regeneration, UK

Jo Davis

GVA National Head of Planning, Development and Regeneration, UK

Over her 22 year career, Jo Davis has developed an enviable reputation as one of the leading planning strategists in her field, known for her ability to deliver complex mixed use city centre regeneration projects for the public and private sector. Jo’s approach to delivering new communities is enshrined in the basic principles of great place-making through regeneration. Her passion is to translate complex visions into delivered development. Some of her proudest achievements include a 5,000-strong new community in Weston-super-Mare and the creation of a new market town of 7,500 people in Bedfordshire, both of which have had immeasurable impact on the surrounding communities.
 
Her company, GVA, offers the UK’s leading and most diverse real estate advisory service based around its core purpose of ‘Our Places Build People’. With an in-depth understanding of the market, supported by a leading research capability, GVA advises private businesses and the public sector on the whole real estate lifecycle - from strategy and planning, through to delivery and management.
Maddy Savage
Journalist, Presenter, Moderator

Maddy Savage

Journalist, Presenter, Moderator

Working as a BBC staff journalist in London for more than a decade, Maddy reported for UK and global TV news programmes and anchored BBC World Service radio shows reaching 50 million people a week. Based in Stockholm since 2014, she now works as a freelance journalist for media including BBC, Monocle, Time Out and NPR, focussing on Swedish business, current affairs and lifestyle trends. 

Voted one of the 100 most impactful and influential figures in the Nordic startup scene in 2017, Maddy produces and hosts The Stockholmer Podcast, interviewing the Swedish capital’s most inspiring creatives and entrepreneurs, and works as a moderator at some of the region’s most prominent tech and media events.

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A group rate ticket includes full admission to all sessions starting with Welcome Reception Thursday May 31st, and including refreshment breaks and lunch June 1st. The ticket price does not include overnight hotel accommodations. See Hotels section below for hotel booking information.

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Rum Warehouse at the Titanic Hotel is located in the vibrant and historic Port of Liverpool. It's part of the redevelopment of the historic Stanley Dock complex and set within a UNESCO World Heritage site. Titanic Hotel is located in what was once the North Warehouse, built in 1846 and damaged during an air raid in World War II. Care, sensitivity and diligent planning have all been employed in restoring these buildings to maintain their former character. Titanic Hotel adjoins the incredible Rum Warehouse, which has become a major new conference, banqueting and exhibition venue.


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  • Titanic Rum Warehouse Conference Center

Address: Titanic Hotel & Rum Warehouse Liverpool, Stanley Dock, Regent Road, Liverpool, UK.

Titanic Hotel & Rum Warehouse is located within the heart of the historic Stanley Dock.

  • 20 minutes to Liverpool John Lennon Airport
  • 45 minutes to Manchester International Airport
  • 8 minutes to Liverpool Lime Street Railway Station
  • Only 5 minutes to Liverpool City Centre
  • Located near services connecting all major UK cities

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Titanic Hotel. The Titanic Hotel is history in the making. It's not just somewhere special to stay but an attraction in itself. As a once busy warehouse, space was plentiful so bedrooms start at a staggering 56sqm of space. Undemanding furnishings and decor are topped off with free high speed WI-FI and the most modern facilities of a luxury hotel. Special rate: from £105/night.

Add-on weekend package offer. Attendees can enjoy a special discounted weekend package at the Titantic Hotel.  Why not stay the weekend and see some of the city's attractions? Special rate: £324 for 2 extra nights.

Come for the event. Stay for the weekend. Have some fun.


Why not take the opportunity for a short pre-summer break and enjoy cultural trips to the Tate Modern Gallery, Terracotta Warriors, The Cavern club, or take a Beatles tour of the city?  Don't miss these essential attractions:

  • The Albert Dock: UK’s most visited tourist attraction mainly due to its significance in Liverpool’s UNESCO designation as a World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City.
  • Museums: Many museums and galleries are located around the Albert Dock, such as the Merseyside Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum, where you can learn about the companies, people and ships connected to this port city.
  • The Beatles. Fans visiting the Beatles birthplace city won't be disappointed. Albert Dock is also the starting point for the Magical Mystery tour, a two-hour bus trip taking in various Beatles landmarks, including Penny Lane and Strawberry field

Want more ideas?  Find more things to do in Liverpool.

Liverpool is the birthplace of one of the world's most iconic bands, the Beatles.
Albert dock makes a great starting point for exploring Liverpool.
Liverpool, home to two Premier League Football Clubs. Museum tours available
The Cavern Club is a must-see for many Liverpool visitors.

Host City

Host City

Marketing Liverpool is the city’s economic development company which integrates economic development and business and enterprise support designed to accelerate the city’s growth and build a sustainable economy. Our business is helping your business.

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Marketing Partner

Marketing Partner

UP FOR REAL is the place branding specialty group of UP There Everywhere, the world's first global cloud-based agency, offering branding, identity, advertising, marketing and inbound & content digital marketing services for clients around the world. UP's experience in place branding includes working with European and north American cities, municipalities, city districts and country brands.

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Partner

Partner

The Place Brand Observer is a library of research and a collection of case studies, with lively expert interviews and reflections on latest trends, ideas and opportunities. We invite you to visit and explore.

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Partner

Partner

The Institute of Place Management was founded in 2006 as an international professional body that supports people committed to developing, managing and making places better. The Institute fosters collaboration between educational institutions, membership associations, community groups and place management partnerships and facilitates, nationally and internationally.

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Sponsor

Sponsor

GVA is the UK's leading and most diverse real estate advisory-led business, offering clients a service that spans the entire property lifecycle from strategy and planning, through to delivery and management. The GVA Worldwide network of offices and partners in more than 25 countries extends the company's reach across Europe and beyond.

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Sponsor

Titanic Hotel Liverpool, Stanley Dock is all about the restoration of one of the city’s most historic and iconic building, once a busy warehouse now a hotel full of character and original features. Set within a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel offers 153 stylish and spacious bedrooms, Stanley’s Bar and Grill, Rum Bar and Maya Blue Wellness. Titanic Hotel adjoins the incredible Rum Warehouse events space and West Bay the hotels newest separate event space, the perfect venues to host a conference, wedding, dinner or special occasion.

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Accredited CPD

Accredited CPD

This event is CPD accredited by the Institute of Place Management.  Website