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The Influence of External Mobile Branding Consumption Activities on Employee Brand Commitment and Consumer

융합경영연구 / The Journal of Economics, Marketing and Management, (E)2288-7709
2021, v.9 no.1, pp.41-50
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.20482/jemm.2021.9.1.41
LEE, Jae-Min (College of Business, SungKyunKwan University)
KIM, Kapseon (Faculty of Liberal Arts, Jungwon University)
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Abstract

Purpose: In general, when a company wants to build a brand, its brand managers research the market and industry trends and then make decisions regarding the brand architecture and brand positioning development. This study was conducted not only in the service industry but also in manufacturing, finance, public institutions, and a variety of other business institutions. This led to a statistically significant difference between the status of external mobile branding for each business sector, and brand commitment and performance. Research Design, Data and Methodology: External mobile brand communication activities influence on employees' brand commitment. External mobile brand communication has a greater impact on employee brand commitment than any other factors. Result: Among the three external mobile branding activity variables, the external mobile brand communication variables have the greatest impact on employee brand performance. This supports the arguments proposed by that external mobile brand communication has a greater impact on employee brand commitment than any other factors. Conclusion: As a result, public institutions, such as ordinary businesses, need to recognize that external branding activities that enhance employee brand performance should be a key management activity. In contrast, financial institutions have the highest leadership activities and employee brand commitment.

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External Mobile Branding Consumption Activities, Employee Brand Commitment, Employee Brand Performance

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