How to Create a Big Brand by Going Small
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This presentation is based on a Fast Company post written by David Brier that was recently published. ...
This presentation is based on a Fast Company post written by David Brier that was recently published.
Fast Company blogger David Brier is an award-winning designer and branding expert who works with startups, existing companies, both large and small to help them have a brand voice that gets heard. Too many companies start out with a cliche me-too message and then spend their entire marketing budget trying to now get noticed with a ball and chain of sound-alike messages and same-as-everyone-else branding.
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