Quand les institutions culturelles s'ouvrent au marketing sensoriel... et s'en défendent : enjeux et paradoxes

Abstract : Stimulate the audience sensoriality seems to be a new spearhead for a lot of cultural institutions. In this way, it is important to understand how the stimulation of the fi ve senses of the audience could be interesting for managers in the cultural field. We wish, within this article, to improve this analysis. Accordingly, we will try, in a fi rst part, to define this «sensory» trend of consumption and to clarify its stakes in comparison with the work completed in other marketing's fields. In a second part, we will appreciate the consequences of this tendency in terms of managerial practices for the professionals of the cultural sector. In a third and last part, we will present the principal results of an investigation carried out near 122 professionals in order to evaluate their opinion concerning this tendency.
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Séverine Marteaux, Rémi Mencarelli, Mathilde Pulh. Quand les institutions culturelles s'ouvrent au marketing sensoriel... et s'en défendent : enjeux et paradoxes. Management & Avenir, INSEEC/Management Prospective Ed. 2009, pp.90-106. ⟨hal-00416379⟩

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