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Trends and Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Media Relations Tools in the Field of PR
Čalounová, Markéta ; Ortová, Nina (advisor) ; Hejlová, Denisa (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on media relations, which are part of the field of PR. It aims to describe the current situation in the Czech PR and to find out whether traditional media relations tools are still effective and what trends in the field of media relations are used by Czech PR professionals. The first part of the thesis focuses on the theory of media relations. It briefly defines the basic terms and media relations tools as well as describes the current situation in Czech PR, ethical and legislative boundaries of media relations or media relations trends and measuring the effectiveness of media relations. In the practical part, research was conducted on trends and effectiveness of media relations tools. A combination of qualitative and quantitative methods was used to conduct the research. First, in-depth interviews were arranged with PR professionals from Czech PR agencies. Afterwards, a questionnaire survey was carried out with respondents working in PR agencies or in-house PR departments of companies. The outcomes from both research methods were analysed and the results were interpreted in the second part of this thesis. The research shows that Czech PR professionals still use traditional media relations tools such as press releases, media lists or media pitching and although their...
Covert advertising on social media
Sýkorová, Kristýna ; Hejlová, Denisa (advisor) ; Houdek, Petr (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to present hidden advertising on social media, its possibilities of dissemination across platforms and its definition in czech legal framework. The first part of the bachelor thesis will consist of the introduction of advertising overall (but mainly digital advertising) and the different types of advertising presented on social media shared through influencers' channels. Advertising, especially the covert form, will be defined in terms of national and European Union law. Influencing will be further presented on the basis of its nature and content, but also on the basis of the obligations of influencers that arise in the dissemination of sponsored content. In the second part, I am going to analyse the awareness of hidden advertising from the perspective of social network users. It will examine their theoretical knowledge of advertising and collaborations, as well as their ability to recognize such advertising in practice. Finally, I will reflect on the current legislation and compare it with the results of the analysis and present the possibilities of regulating this area in terms of its importance, relevance and need.
Analysis and effectiveness of Dubai City marketing strategy in the years 2010-2020
Saarová, Patricie ; Halada, Jan (advisor) ; Hejlová, Denisa (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the analysis and effectiveness of Dubai's marketing strategy during the years 2010-2020. The theoretical part introduces key concepts related to marketing and destinations, including the definition of marketing and destination, destination management principles, marketing mix and communication mix. The descriptive part of the thesis describes the development of Dubai as a tourist destination and identifies the factors that have contributed to its success. The practical part includes a comparative analysis of marketing activities in the periods 2010-2015 and 2016-2020, supported by a questionnaire survey. Based on the analysis, communication recommendations are then proposed.
Communication of the European Parliament and its influence on the democracy in the Czech Republic
Hrabětová, Magdaléna ; Hejlová, Denisa (advisor) ; Shavit, Anna (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to coherently unify the functioning communication strategies and tools of the European Parliament into one academic work. Furthermore, to provide an insight into the functioning of individual institutions of the European Union and introduce important concepts that connect communication with democracy. In the practical part, with the help of theoretical knowledge and qualitative research, we will gain a comprehensive understanding of the communication of individual Czech Members of the European Parliament with citizens, evaluate the effectiveness of EP communication, and assess its impacts on democracy in the Czech Republic.
School feeding in the context of strategic communication
Kilberger, Adam ; Hejlová, Denisa (advisor) ; Houdek, Petr (referee)
This master's thesis deals with the challenges of the school meal system in the Czech Republic within the context of strategic communication. It illuminates the current issues of the school meal system, situating them within the context of strategic communication and relevant theoretical concepts. Utilizing quantitative analysis methods, the thesis explores the attitudes of more than 10,000 representative respondents, comprising both parents and diners, towards the school meal system. The principal findings suggest a strong positive correlation between the perceived satisfaction of diners and the overall satisfaction of parents with the school meal system. Furthermore, there is a significant influence of the satisfaction with the school canteen representatives' communication on the overall satisfaction of parents. Conversely, factors such as household income or parents' understanding of the rules governing the school meal system did not have as significant an impact on their satisfaction as initially expected. The concluding sections of the thesis formulate strategic recommendations aimed at improving parents' satisfaction with the school meal system and the overall condition of the system. These recommendations include state-supported education for school canteen personnel, incorporating...
Analysis of the Czech Philharmonic in terms of strategic communication
Zvěřinová, Sára ; Ježková, Tereza (advisor) ; Hejlová, Denisa (referee)
This thesis analyses strategic communication of the Czech Philharmonic. It provides an overview of the orchestra's historical developments with respect to changes of its chief conductors and describes its current internal and external communication strategy. The thesis examines internal communication within the Czech Philharmonic, subsequent integration of certain departments into its organizational structure and the way content is communicated to the public. It offers, therefore, a comprehensive insight into the internal and external communication of an institution of classical music. The methodology includes data collection through semi-structured in-depth interviews with executives of the Czech Philharmonic, as well as a marketing mix 4P. The research contains an analysis of three concert seasons in terms of dramaturgy and an analysis of the communication tools used by the Czech Philharmonic such as social networks, digital media and visual identity. A questionnaire survey examines how the use of communication tools impacts listeners' decisions, their perception of the way the Czech Philharmonic communicates and the impact on concert attendance. The research focuses on three concert seasons, 2018/2019-2020/2021. The thesis ultimately connects the principles of strategic communication in the...
The Perception of Sustainable Statements of Fashion Brands from the Perspective of Customers
Rybářová, Eliška ; Koudelková, Petra (advisor) ; Hejlová, Denisa (referee)
In my bachelor's thesis I focus on how customers perceive sustainable statements of fashion brands. I investigate how customers' opinions influence their purchasing behaviours and how they respond to sustainable communication of fashion brands. The aim of this thesis it to find out whether customers act in accordance with their sustainability beliefs and to what extent they allow themselves to be influenced in their decision-making. The thesis is divided into a theoretical and a practical part. In the theoretical part I introduce the reader to the concepts of sustainability, green marketing, green washing and purchasing behaviour. I give examples of organisation that are actively trying to establish a sustainable society. In the practical part I introduce the reader to the research methodology. I present the data collected from quantitative research supplemented with data from the qualitative research. Finally, I evaluate the research results and answer the research questions.
Shopping behavior in the fashion industry
Růthová, Lucie ; Hejlová, Denisa (advisor) ; Koudelková, Petra (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with purchasing and subsequent consumer behavior with a focus on the fashion industry. It looks at the differences and similarities between Baby boomers and Generation X. The introduction explores the fashion industry and its development along with the segmentation of fashion brands and the most valuable fashion brands. It interprets the foundations of the theory of shopping behavior and describes current trends in shopping in the fashion industry. In order for customers to be understood companies need to compile data on the characteristics they may be interested in. The work presents different types of typologies and defines personas that are used in marketing. Subsequently, the concept of generation is defined and individual generations are characterized with a focus on those under investigation. Knowing the different attributes of each Generation is key to understanding their behavior and opinions. The methodology describes the methods of semi-structured interviews and research diaries, the combination of which was used to collect data. Based on the data obtained from respondents of the investigated generations, the output of this work is to create personas that represent the most typical shopping habits and attitudes of respondents from the Baby Boomers and Generation X.
Nanoinfluencer marketing
Panýr, David ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Hejlová, Denisa (referee)
The thesis deals with nanoinfluencer marketing. The theoretical part of the thesis explains the basic concepts such as word of mouth, influencer marketing and credibility of recommendations. The main content of the analytical part is the elaboration of case studies from campaigns using paid or unpaid influencers. The objectives of each campaign, its course, specifics and results are presented and then evaluated. These campaigns were conducted on the social media platforms Facebook and Instagram. The analysis of nanoinfluencer marketing is supported by two interviews, one with a representative of an agency specializing in word of mouth and the other with a marketing expert of a brand with which an influencer communication campaign was conducted. The thesis offers a comparison between the two types of influencers, i.e. paid and unpaid nano. Their effectiveness and appropriateness of use is compared. At the same time, market segments using nanoinfluencers are defined and their suitability and success in these collaborations is assessed.
Czech Republic PR Professionals Profile
Kaclová, Markéta ; Hejlová, Denisa (advisor) ; Shavit, Anna (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to describe the demographics of Czech PR professionals, the educational background of these workers, the original profession from which they came to public relations, and their job description. The last research question is satisfaction with their career choice and opinions on the conditions for success in this profession. The paper is based on an anonymous online questionnaire survey of 463 PR professionals from the Czech Republic in autumn 2022. The questionnaire was based on the regular UK CIPR State of the Profession survey and the European Communication Monitor questionnaire. Based on the data, it was found that the average age of Czech communication professionals is 40 years, 87% of them have a university degree, more than half of them in social sciences. Most of the respondents came to PR from another field, most often from the media, and for a quarter of the workers, working in PR is their first profession. Regardless of position or years of experience, the most common activity of all PR professionals is media relations, followed by communication strategies building, and the third most common is copywriting. Most respondents devote more than 60% of their time to PR. If their position is complemented by another role, it is marketing. Among the respondents, 60% were women,...

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