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‘Magnificent Eight’ Branding for Business: FREE Taster Workshops!

28th October 2016 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Free

Lisa Clune, Thrive Studios, has over 20 years experience in branding & design working with large corporates, such as Shell, BP and Hart County Council to small start up companies. Her experience as an innovative thinker, engaging communicator and inventive marketer who can help your business thrive. Lisa runs an award winning Branding and Design Agency, Thrive Studios, in Crondall, Surrey. Along with her experienced team they help business grow and thrive through branding, design and marketing.
WHAT IS BRANDING? Do you have a clear idea and understanding of where you are taking your brand? Have you got a brand strategy in place? A well thought out strategy delivers a business DNA, the reason that brand exists, its purpose, its ambition and captures the target market. The workshop will cover the basics of brand strategy and how it can help your business and attract the clients you want. Targeted for all sizes of business, no matter how small or large your company is, this workshop can help you focus your business to find your target market and understanding where you are taking your brand.
We will be looking at:

What is branding?
Identifying your brand values?
Focus and clarify your brand message?
Defining your dream clients?
What is tone of voice?

You’ll leave the workshop with bags of clarify, focus and inspiration, ready to move forwards and take your brand to the next level.

Details

Date:
28th October 2016
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/magnificent-eight-branding-for-business-free-taster-workshops-tickets-27404889763

Venue

Aldershot Enterprise Centre
Gallwey Road
Aldershot, England GU11 2DD United Kingdom

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