ELSM Announces New “Brand Essentials Series” for Fall 2012

Monday, June 25th, 2012

In the sport industry, branding has become a term that is synonymous with success when it comes to marketing a sport organization or program effectively. The trouble is that very few professionals have a strong grasp on the concept and its practical application in industry environments.  In response to this challenge, Elite Level Sport Marketing (ELSM) has announced the creation of a new “Brand Essentials Series” that will be unveiled this upcoming fall in September.  The series will feature signature branding articles that will be released the first Monday of each month at 8:00pm EST on the ELSM site.  In addition, these articles will also be featured on the ELSM Facebook and Twitter pages.  While the core portion of the series will be focused on these monthly releases, there will be other supplementary branding materials released via the site and social media throughout the year.  More details on these supplementary materials will be released as they become available.

Details on Brand Essentials Series

With a unique focus on branding, the series will focus on a wide range of topics relevant to achieving success in marketing in the sport industry.  As a result, the series will be designed to provide valuable insights and resources to a wide range of segments interesting in brand building concepts.  “The purpose of the new series is pretty straightforward,” explained ELSM CEO Coyte Cooper. “It is to take a somewhat confusing topic and break it down in to a simple, innovative format that industry professionals [administrators, coaches, marketers] can easily apply to enhance their marketing efforts immediately.”  To achieve this objective, ELSM hopes to present a wide range of highly successful branding examples to readers in the articles presented throughout the year.  Some topic examples of scheduled feature articles are provided below.

  1. Breaking down the “Basics of Brand”
  2. The innovative use of social media to build brand
  3. Developing a “differentiated” athlete brand
  4. Building a “promotable” program vision
  5. Creating specific, intentional messages to realize your brand of choice

Taking Advantage of the Series

There are several ways that readers can take advantage of the “Brand Essentials Series” that will be released in September.  To make sure that you receive each of the articles, you can sign-up for an email subscription on the website.  In addition, you can follow Elite Level Sport Marketing using the social media contact information provided below.  If you have any questions about this series or ELSM, please feel free to use the contact information below.

Contact: Coyte Cooper (cgcooper@email.unc.edu)     Twitter: @ELSMarketing; @coytecooper   Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/EliteLevelSportMarketing

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About ELSMarketing

ELSM is a company that specializes in the development and implementation of innovative marketing plans for sport organizations, businesses, and programs. By focusing on the client’s goals and expectations, we strive to develop strategies that will build the brand of the entity in a way that will ensure future success. The bottom line is that we are committed to working with entities who are looking to take themselves to the next level from a marketing standpoint. While there are a variety of strategies that we implement to achieve this, it starts with the values we have in place for our company. Here at ELSM, “Innovation is the Expectation!”
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4 Responses to ELSM Announces New “Brand Essentials Series” for Fall 2012

  1. Looking forward it! Thank you for your efforts.

  2. Looking forward to it! Thank you for your efforts.

  3. Dan Burton says:

    Thank you!

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