• Rajan Arapi University Haxhi Zeka, Kosovo
Keywords: Promotion, Advertise, Creativity, Consumer, Company


The creativity, as a general concept, is considered an activity which gives birth to something new that did not exist before. This topic can be affected also from the philosophical and physiological point of view. The psychology of creativity studies “Psychological Mechanism” from which stem the actions of creativity.

In promotion terms there are different points of views that are considered to be an integral part of creativity in the field of product advertising.  First, there are people who estimate if the promotion is creative whereas on the other side the effect only in cases where you succeeded to sell the product. Second, there are people who consider their creativity or design of the promotion as their originality artistic or esthetical value.

What constitutes the creativity in one of the elements of the promotion is distinguishing and entertaining idea of being different from the others, but the creative message must be short and clear. Advertisements or promotional campaigns that are creative rarely fail to transmit their message to the public consumer. In this case, the entire team that is engaged in planning and developing the promotional campaign must balance their attitudes around the creative idea.

This research presents the development of ideas and designs of creative promotional spaces for Kosovar companies in cases of the advertisement of their new and existing products in the market. The methodology of this research will be descriptive and comparative between a few manufacturing Kosovar companies.


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