Queensland University of Technology
Area of Study
Taught In English
BSB126 or CTB126
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits3 - 4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units4 - 6
Hours & Credits
OverviewSynopsis:Events have become significant strategic marketing tools for positioning products/services, industries, destinations and community interests at the local, national and global levels. The unit initially explores various types, roles and objectives of events and the profile and motives of event markets and stakeholders. Key topics include: processes of attracting or developing the event experience including bidding processes; partnership creation with sponsors, media and community; venue selection and design relative to market/stakeholder needs; ticketing/pricing or access management and imaging the event from an integrated marketing communication perspective. Local and international cases are used.Unit ObjectivesUpon completion of the unit, students will be able to:
ContentEvents Marketing considers marketing theories and concepts in a specific context. Content to be explored in the unit includes: Content will be delivered via mixed mode and online towards the end of semester.
- identify and apply the concepts and knowledge specific to the study of events marketing;
- explain the roles of events and issues affecting events as service experiences;
- demonstrate an ability to research, analyse and understand events and the marketing principles specific to events;
- identify, plan and develop appropriate strategies and tactics for an identified event and present these in a written marketing plan;
- demonstrate abilities to work independently and collaboratively;
- demonstrate skills in effective communication.
Approaches to Teaching and LearningThe unit is designed to introduce students to the theoretical underpinnings and professional practice of marketing for events using a variety of resources and activities delivered through lectures, tutorials, workshops and online via the AMB208 Blackboard site. Students will have opportunities to develop their knowledge and skills through participation in learning activities which encourage both independent and collaborative learning.AssessmentAssessment name: Exam (Online)Description: Students are required to answer several essay style questions relating to case studies on events marketing.Length or Duration: 2 HoursFormative of Summative: SummativeRelates to objectives: 1, 2, 3, 6Weight: 40Internal or external: InternalGroup or individual: IndividualDue date: Week 13Assessment name: Marketing StrategyDescription: Marketing Strategy: 30% & Digital Story 30% Students are required to review the current marketing strategy of an event, identify key strengths and weaknesses and devise a new marketing strategy for the event. Length or Duration: 31,500 words & 4 minutesFormative or Summative: SummativeRelates to objectives: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6Weight: 60Internal or external: InternalGroup or individual: GroupDue date: Weeks 6 & 7
- Understanding events
- Strategic planning for events
- Marketing and promotion of events
- Events operations and evaluation
- Contemporary issues and challenges for events
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