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Unpacking The Integrative Conceptual Framework For Assessing Perceived Brand Equity In Professional Sports Teams.
The purpose of this study was to determine the antecedents, nature and market consequences of brand perceptions held by Zimbabwean consumers for professional sports teams. The exploratory sequential mixed methods research design was utilised as the guiding model for the data collection, analysis and interpretation process in this study. The findings from the study were used to develop a conceptual model which is grounded on the subjective, intangible, experiential and multidimensional nature of sport consumption, coined as the Integrative Conceptual Framework for Assessing Perceived Brand Equity in Professional Sports Teams. The goal was to bridge the knowledge gaps in existing sports brand
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