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March 09, 2011


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Ed Burghard

Your observation reminds me that bad place branding can happen anywhere in the world. It also makes me optimistic the Strengthening Brand America Project may help the United States catch up to the EU is application of place branding. It is easier to catch the leader if the leader is standing still (or my guess is you might argue - walking backwards).

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