Lecturer in Tourism Management
Todd, L., & Logan-McFarlane, A. (2017, June). Imaging Edinburgh as the ‘festival city’. Presented at Critical Tourism Studies: Understand Tourism- Change Tourism, Understand Ourselves - Change Ourselves
We will present initial findings and emerging themes from our study into the imaging of a ‘festival city’, as it is represented and elicited by city stakeholders through share...
Todd, L. (2016). Dr Louise Todd - The Theory. Event Marketing Innovation Seminar - Trends and Opportunities, a seminar as part of the Year of Innovation Architecture and Design. This event was delivered by the VisitScotland Events Directorate in partnership with Edinburgh's Festivals and Edinburgh Napier University (June 2016)
Event Marketing Innovation Seminar - Trends and Opportunities, a seminar as part of the Year of Innovation Architecture and Design.
This seminar was delivered by VisitScotlan...
Todd, L. (2016). Dr Louise Todd - The Theory. Event Marketing Innovation Seminar - Trends and Opportunities, a seminar as part of the Year of Innovation Architecture and Design (June 2016)
06 March 2019
05 June 2019
The Visual methods and ethnography in interdisciplinary research Seminar Series will develop the knowledge, expertise, and research skills of academics of different career sta...
Todd, L., & Logan-McFarlane, A. (2019, September). Iconicity and Myth-Making: Exploring visual representations of Edinburgh as the original ‘festival city’. Paper presented at Academy of Marketing, 18th annual colloquium on Arts, Heritage, Nonprofit & Social Marketing, University of Stirling
Rihova, I. (2019). Practice-based segmentation: taxonomy of C2C co-creation practice segments. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 31(9), 3799-3818. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCHM-01-2018-0096
Purpose: This paper explores and evaluates practice-based segmentation as an alternative conceptual segmentation perspective that acknowledges the active role of consumers as ...
Robertson, M., Yeoman, I., Smith, K. A., & McMahon-Beattie, U. (2015). Technology, society, and visioning the future of music festivals. Event management, 19(4), 567-587. https://doi.org/10.3727/152599515X14465748774001
Many music festivals fail because the experiences offered do not ensure relevance and meaning to the attendee. Engagement with new and virtual landscapes and with the enhanced...
Although previous research has widely acknowledg...
The Business School
6 March 2019 - 4 June 2019