7 Experts – 7 Tips – 7 Minutes <br />Adding Value to Your Brand and Business<br />May 25, 2011<br />
Ground rules: <br />Each EXPERT will have SEVEN MINUTES to share their TIP.<br />A one-minute warning will sound. <br />On...
Today’s moderator<br />Veronica Williams<br />hmc2 advertising<br />www.hmc2agency.com<br />
John SiddleJDK Designjdk.com<br />
Steve Hill<br />Magic Hat and North American Breweries<br />magichat.net<br />
Creating CommunityWith Social Media<br />
Vermont has an advantage when it comes to business:<br />Community<br />
As You Build Your Brand Within Your Community, Build It In an Online Community.<br />
Why Do it?<br />-Spread the word of your business<br />-Get referrals<br />-Network<br />-Get new ideas<br />-Public forum...
The Tools Are Free and Easy:<br />
Online connection creates a FACE & a VOICE behind your brand.<br />Online connection creates a FACE and a VOICE behind you...
The Voice of Magic Hat<br />
-People like feeling as if they’re a part of something --> Community. <br />-Magic Hat created an online community at Magi...
Why use Social Media?<br />-140 million people in the U.S. are on Facebook, 40% of whom follow a brand.<br />-51% of those...
Why Use Social Media?<br />Why use Social Media?<br />-61 million people in the U.S. use Twitter, 25% of whom follow a bra...
Some More Numbers<br />
What Can You Do to Get Involved?<br />-Join a social network and get to know how it works.<br />-Follow similar brands and...
What Can You Do to Get Involved?<br />Show your customers that you’re online by branding your store, merch, packaging, etc...
These small symbols are all it takes:<br />
There Is One Key to an Online Presence:<br />There is One Key to an Online Community Presence:<br />CONTENT!<br />
Content!<br />-Use your Voice and your Face as a connection point to your consumers.<br />-Plan to update your community p...
Invest However You Want!<br />-You can reach someone in 5 minutes, or you can reach someone in 2 hours. It’s up to you.<br...
If you’re thirsty after the Expo, head to the brewery for free samples, growlers and tours!<br />Cheers!<br />
Dianne Hanlon-Druyff <br />Kelliher Samets Volk<br />ksvc.com<br />
Branding: sum total of parts<br />A brand is the sum total of the thoughts, feelings, associations and expectations a pros...
Baxter’s Sandwich Shops<br />Fresh<br />Creative<br />Fun<br />Natural<br />Home-made<br />Local<br />Fast/convenient<br /...
“The art of sacrifice”<br />Desirable   Supportable   Ownable   Sustainable<br />“The art of sacrifice”<br />
Baxter’s Sandwich Shops<br />Fresh<br />Creative<br />Fun<br />Natural<br />Home-made<br />Local<br />Fast/convenient<br /...
Baxter’s Sandwich Shops<br />What makes Baxter’s special is our dedication to using only the freshestingredients, our wild...
What does it take to get there?<br />Invite the right people (key stakeholders) into the process – too many cooks… well, y...
Brian Degen <br />Fieldstone Consulting<br />fieldstoneco.com<br />
Tip #1<br />Investors will value a strong brand higher when it comes time to sell your business.<br />
Drivers of Company Value<br />Profitability<br /><ul><li>Free Cash Flow (EBITDA)</li></ul>Stability of Profitability<br />...
More predictable revenues, less risk</li></ul>Source: Zero Defections: Quality Comes to Services, HBR<br />
Loyal Customers Pay More<br />Example: Generic vs. Popular Brands<br />32%<br />Higher Price<br />Advil<br />200 mg Ibupro...
Revenues	$20 M<br />Expenses	($18 M)<br />EBITDA	$2 M<br />EBITDA Multiple	5.0 X<br />Company Value	$10 M<br />46<br />Cal...
47<br />Higher Prices & Cash Flow<br />	Weak Brand	Strong Brand<br />HigherPrices<br />Revenues	$20 M		$22 M<br />Expenses...
48<br />Lower Risk, Higher Multiple<br />	Weak Brand	Strong Brand<br />HigherPrices<br />Revenues	$20 M		$22 M<br />Expens...
49<br />Increased Value<br />	Weak Brand	Strong Brand<br />HigherPrices<br />Revenues	$20 M		$22 M<br />Expenses	($18 M)		...
Strong Branding Contributes to Shareholder Value<br />Brands account for more than 1/3 of shareholder value.<br />“Brand V...
51<br />The Golden Rule<br />“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”<br />
52<br />The Golden Rule<br />“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”<br />“Do unto others as they would have y...
Bonus: Tip #2<br />Branding is not just about what you think.  It’s about what your customers think.<br />
Kathy Murphy<br />State of Vermont<br />www.vermont.gov<br />
Overview<br /><ul><li>What is brand personality?
Why use brand personality?
How do you create brand personality?
How does brand personality create brand equity?
Brand Personality Models
Leveraging Brand Personality</li></li></ul><li>Brand Personality vs. Brand Identity?<br /><ul><li>Brand Identity: Characte...
Being Who You Are
Following Your Own Path
Brand Personality: Combines Identity and Image – Externally Focused
Becoming Who You Should Be</li></li></ul><li>What is Brand Personality?<br /><ul><li>Set of Human Characteristics Associat...
“Who” is a Brand – Traits, Qualities
How the Brand Behaves Externally
“Likeability” Factor</li></ul>Brand Dimensions<br />Sincerity<br />Excitement<br />Competence<br />Sophistication<br />Rug...
About Brand Personality<br /><ul><li>Like Human Personality – Distinctive, Enduring – Built Over Time
Outcome of Consumer’s Experiences with Brand
The “Weighted Average” of Past Impressions
Sets the “Expectation” Stage</li></ul>Personality traits are what the brand will live and die for<br />
Why Use Brand Personality?<br /><ul><li>Enriches Understanding of Consumer Perceptions, Attitudes towards Brand
Contributes to Differentiated Identity
May Be Leveraged Beyond Brand to Context Product and Experience
Guides Communication Adding Texture; Richer Meaning
Creates Brand Equity</li></li></ul><li>How To Create Brand Personality?<br /><ul><li>Product-related Characteristics as Dr...
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As a business owner or leader, you are constantly subjected to competition from many sources. Falling victim to the demands of today's market can leave your company unprepared when priorities begin to collide. Whether you are a small or large business, owner or employee, consultant or advisor, working ON your business rather than IN your business will help you begin to build value in your brand. This panel of seven experts will share seven simple ideas and tips that any company can immediately implement to add value to their brand and business using social media, new marketing ideas and other brand building techniques.

The seminar is organized by UVM's Vermont Family Business Initiative

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  • - For survival you must think of a brand as a living thing, and treat it as such.- CONCIOUSNESS OF CHAOS
  • - All brands are conceived. - It could be a lifelong dream, strategic plan, or a hallelujah napkin moment.- There is a period of gestation where the brand is formed.- They must be successfully born. There are many obstacles that must be overcome before the brand is born but not nearly as many as it will face when it’s out in the world.
  • - As soon as a brand is born it is fighting for life.- Sometimes it can’t even be described as a brand yet, but you must always act like it is.- Adapting to the environment is what makes brands successful and long lived..Bringing a positive difference to the environment they are in.\\ Have empathy for your environment.
  • - Relationships with customers,vendors, and employees.- Everyone has to stand for something. Not everyone will agree, but having a polarising opinion is better than having none at all.- Every person has a unique identity (look) and personality. Twins are kinda freaky and hard to tell apart. Ask yourself if you would want to hang out with your brand. More importantly, ask yourself if your brand would want to hang out with you. Are you your brand? What are you not? Some of the people all the time……
  • We live in a fast paced culture of change. Everything that happens is directly affected by choices people make (or think they make). Brands that can keep up with this change will survive. Brands that LEAD this change will thrive.
  • Do you want to be the 300 million brand or the 30 million brand? Both brands emerged at around the same time. They both had a very similar brand offering. One brand demonstrated constant evolution through reinvention, adapting to, and leading, cultural changes. This brand thrived and is still going strong.
  • Question every decision. Don’t fall into the trap of knowing how to do something because you’ve done it before. Imagine that every time you do something, it’s the first time. Habit is the biggest obstacle to progress. Stay curious. See the world through new eyes.
  • Farm owned cooperative
  • Vermont Brand is a platform or ingredient to your brand/business. Further differentiates your brand and provides context to consumer.
  • Digital Media = much closer relationship betwn brands and customers; communicate brand character, authenticity. Consumers are attracted to brands much like people – confident, interesting, committed.
  • 2011 777 - Adding Value to Your Brand and Business

    1. 1. 7 Experts – 7 Tips – 7 Minutes <br />Adding Value to Your Brand and Business<br />May 25, 2011<br />
    2. 2. Ground rules: <br />Each EXPERT will have SEVEN MINUTES to share their TIP.<br />A one-minute warning will sound. <br />Once the signal sounds, no more TIPS! <br />Please hold all questions until the end. <br />There will be approximately 30 minutes for questions and answers after all have shared. <br />Questions should be directed to the moderator. <br />Please keep track of TIPS on the back of your info sheet. <br />
    3. 3. Today’s moderator<br />Veronica Williams<br />hmc2 advertising<br />www.hmc2agency.com<br />
    4. 4. John SiddleJDK Designjdk.com<br />
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    12. 12. Steve Hill<br />Magic Hat and North American Breweries<br />magichat.net<br />
    13. 13.
    14. 14. Creating CommunityWith Social Media<br />
    15. 15. Vermont has an advantage when it comes to business:<br />Community<br />
    16. 16. As You Build Your Brand Within Your Community, Build It In an Online Community.<br />
    17. 17. Why Do it?<br />-Spread the word of your business<br />-Get referrals<br />-Network<br />-Get new ideas<br />-Public forum for good customer service <br />-You can choose your level of involvement and go at your own pace<br />
    18. 18. The Tools Are Free and Easy:<br />
    19. 19. Online connection creates a FACE & a VOICE behind your brand.<br />Online connection creates a FACE and a VOICE behind your brand.<br />
    20. 20. The Voice of Magic Hat<br />
    21. 21. -People like feeling as if they’re a part of something --> Community. <br />-Magic Hat created an online community at MagicHat.net (The People’s Place)<br />-Then we got involved with Facebook and Twitter, and further grew our online presence in an organic way.<br />-We constantly INTERACT with our followers. We ask THEM what beers they want, what they like/dislike, where we should conduct promotions…<br />
    22. 22. Why use Social Media?<br />-140 million people in the U.S. are on Facebook, 40% of whom follow a brand.<br />-51% of those following a brand will make a purchase<br />-60% of Facebook users are more likely to recommend a brand they follow.<br />
    23. 23. Why Use Social Media?<br />Why use Social Media?<br />-61 million people in the U.S. use Twitter, 25% of whom follow a brand.<br />-67% are loyal consumers of those brands.<br />-79% of Twitter users are more likely to recommend a brand they follow.<br />
    24. 24. Some More Numbers<br />
    25. 25. What Can You Do to Get Involved?<br />-Join a social network and get to know how it works.<br />-Follow similar brands and learn from them.<br />-Ask your friends to share your information<br />
    26. 26. What Can You Do to Get Involved?<br />Show your customers that you’re online by branding your store, merch, packaging, etc.<br />
    27. 27. These small symbols are all it takes:<br />
    28. 28.
    29. 29. There Is One Key to an Online Presence:<br />There is One Key to an Online Community Presence:<br />CONTENT!<br />
    30. 30. Content!<br />-Use your Voice and your Face as a connection point to your consumers.<br />-Plan to update your community pages on a consistent basis.<br />-Ask Questions of, Listen to, Engage Your Followers!<br />-Offer people something.<br />-Anything relevant is fair game.<br />-Don’t be a robot. Be human. Speak to people online as you’d speak to them face-to-face.<br />
    31. 31. Invest However You Want!<br />-You can reach someone in 5 minutes, or you can reach someone in 2 hours. It’s up to you.<br />-If you’re a small business, you don’t need to hire someone specifically for social media. <br />
    32. 32. If you’re thirsty after the Expo, head to the brewery for free samples, growlers and tours!<br />Cheers!<br />
    33. 33.
    34. 34. Dianne Hanlon-Druyff <br />Kelliher Samets Volk<br />ksvc.com<br />
    35. 35. Branding: sum total of parts<br />A brand is the sum total of the thoughts, feelings, associations and expectations a prospect or customer experiences when exposed to any aspect of a company’s product or service, including its name, logo, the actual product experience, word-of-mouth, marketing, etc.<br />
    36. 36. Baxter’s Sandwich Shops<br />Fresh<br />Creative<br />Fun<br />Natural<br />Home-made<br />Local<br />Fast/convenient<br />Charitable<br />Family-owned<br />Unexpected<br />Delicious<br />Good value<br />Friendly<br />Clean<br />Distinctive<br />Organic<br />Tech savvy<br />Healthy<br />Kid-approved<br />Customer focus<br />Sincere<br />
    37. 37. “The art of sacrifice”<br />Desirable Supportable Ownable Sustainable<br />“The art of sacrifice”<br />
    38. 38. Baxter’s Sandwich Shops<br />Fresh<br />Creative<br />Fun<br />Natural<br />Home-made<br />Local<br />Fast/convenient<br />Charitable<br />Family-owned<br />Unexpected<br />Delicious<br />Good value<br />Friendly<br />Clean<br />Distinctive<br />Organic<br />Tech savvy<br />Healthy<br />Kid-approved<br />Customer focus<br />Sincere<br />
    39. 39. Baxter’s Sandwich Shops<br />What makes Baxter’s special is our dedication to using only the freshestingredients, our wildly unexpected flavor combinations, and our commitment to making you a trulyhealthymeal.<br />
    40. 40. What does it take to get there?<br />Invite the right people (key stakeholders) into the process – too many cooks… well, you know…<br />Start big and broad, then do the hard work – the art of sacrifice<br />Document what you’ve done in a statement – a declaration of your brand DNA<br />Tell everyone in your organization and make sure they can articulate it – even if it is in their own words<br />
    41. 41. Brian Degen <br />Fieldstone Consulting<br />fieldstoneco.com<br />
    42. 42. Tip #1<br />Investors will value a strong brand higher when it comes time to sell your business.<br />
    43. 43. Drivers of Company Value<br />Profitability<br /><ul><li>Free Cash Flow (EBITDA)</li></ul>Stability of Profitability<br /><ul><li>Reduced investment risk</li></li></ul><li>Reasons Powerful Brands are More Valuable<br />Price premiums<br />Referrals<br />Profits<br />Reduced operating costs<br />Increased purchases<br />$ Dollars<br />Base profit<br />Years as Customer<br />Loyal Customers =<br /><ul><li>Higher profits
    44. 44. More predictable revenues, less risk</li></ul>Source: Zero Defections: Quality Comes to Services, HBR<br />
    45. 45. Loyal Customers Pay More<br />Example: Generic vs. Popular Brands<br />32%<br />Higher Price<br />Advil<br />200 mg Ibuprofen tablets (50)<br />$6.99<br />Equaline<br />200 mg Ibuprofen tablets (50)<br />$5.29<br />Customers typically pay 5-10% higher for brand-name products<br />
    46. 46. Revenues $20 M<br />Expenses ($18 M)<br />EBITDA $2 M<br />EBITDA Multiple 5.0 X<br />Company Value $10 M<br />46<br />Calculating Company Value<br /> Weak Brand<br />
    47. 47. 47<br />Higher Prices & Cash Flow<br /> Weak Brand Strong Brand<br />HigherPrices<br />Revenues $20 M $22 M<br />Expenses ($18 M) ($18 M)<br />EBITDA $2 M $4 M<br />EBITDA Multiple 5.0 X<br />Company Value $10 M<br />10%<br />100%<br />GreaterCash Flow<br />
    48. 48. 48<br />Lower Risk, Higher Multiple<br /> Weak Brand Strong Brand<br />HigherPrices<br />Revenues $20 M $22 M<br />Expenses ($18 M) ($18 M)<br />EBITDA $2 M $4 M<br />EBITDA Multiple 5.0 X 5.5 X<br />Company Value $10 M<br />10%<br />10%<br />100%<br />GreaterCash Flow<br />Lower<br />Risk<br />
    49. 49. 49<br />Increased Value<br /> Weak Brand Strong Brand<br />HigherPrices<br />Revenues $20 M $22 M<br />Expenses ($18 M) ($18 M)<br />EBITDA $2 M $4 M<br />EBITDA Multiple 5.0 X 5.5 X<br />Company Value $10 M $22 M<br />10%<br />10%<br />100%<br />GreaterCash Flow<br />Lower<br />Risk<br />120%<br />$12 M Additional Value<br />
    50. 50. Strong Branding Contributes to Shareholder Value<br />Brands account for more than 1/3 of shareholder value.<br />“Brand Valuation: The Financial Value of Brands” JP Morgan & Interbrand<br />On average, a corporate brand accounts for 8.5% of a company’s market cap.<br />Speaking in Numbers, The Language of Bottom Line Business<br /> David Stewart, The Univ. of Southern California<br />Brand contribution to shareholder value can be over 50% in the case of marketing heavyweights like Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, and Disney. “Brand Valuation” in Brands and Branding<br /> The Economist Series, Bloomberg Press<br />
    51. 51. 51<br />The Golden Rule<br />“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”<br />
    52. 52. 52<br />The Golden Rule<br />“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”<br />“Do unto others as they would have you do unto them”<br />
    53. 53. Bonus: Tip #2<br />Branding is not just about what you think. It’s about what your customers think.<br />
    54. 54. Kathy Murphy<br />State of Vermont<br />www.vermont.gov<br />
    55. 55. Overview<br /><ul><li>What is brand personality?
    56. 56. Why use brand personality?
    57. 57. How do you create brand personality?
    58. 58. How does brand personality create brand equity?
    59. 59. Brand Personality Models
    60. 60. Leveraging Brand Personality</li></li></ul><li>Brand Personality vs. Brand Identity?<br /><ul><li>Brand Identity: Characteristics Shared with Others – Race, Religion, Place You Live, Culture
    61. 61. Being Who You Are
    62. 62. Following Your Own Path
    63. 63. Brand Personality: Combines Identity and Image – Externally Focused
    64. 64. Becoming Who You Should Be</li></li></ul><li>What is Brand Personality?<br /><ul><li>Set of Human Characteristics Associated with a Brand
    65. 65. “Who” is a Brand – Traits, Qualities
    66. 66. How the Brand Behaves Externally
    67. 67. “Likeability” Factor</li></ul>Brand Dimensions<br />Sincerity<br />Excitement<br />Competence<br />Sophistication<br />Ruggedness<br />Brand Traits<br />Down to earth<br />Wholesome<br />Honest<br />Cheerful <br />Daring<br />Imaginative<br />Spirited<br />Reliable<br />Intelligent<br />Successful<br />Charming<br />Upper Class<br />Up to Date<br />Outdoorsy<br />Tough<br />
    68. 68. About Brand Personality<br /><ul><li>Like Human Personality – Distinctive, Enduring – Built Over Time
    69. 69. Outcome of Consumer’s Experiences with Brand
    70. 70. The “Weighted Average” of Past Impressions
    71. 71. Sets the “Expectation” Stage</li></ul>Personality traits are what the brand will live and die for<br />
    72. 72. Why Use Brand Personality?<br /><ul><li>Enriches Understanding of Consumer Perceptions, Attitudes towards Brand
    73. 73. Contributes to Differentiated Identity
    74. 74. May Be Leveraged Beyond Brand to Context Product and Experience
    75. 75. Guides Communication Adding Texture; Richer Meaning
    76. 76. Creates Brand Equity</li></li></ul><li>How To Create Brand Personality?<br /><ul><li>Product-related Characteristics as Drivers
    77. 77. Product Attributes Affect Personality
    78. 78. User Imagery
    79. 79. Events, Activities, Sponsorships
    80. 80. Brand/Business Age
    81. 81. Symbol</li></li></ul><li>How Brand Personality Creates Brand Equity<br /><ul><li>Self-Expression Model
    82. 82. Relationship Basis Model
    83. 83. Functional Benefit Representation Model </li></li></ul><li>Self-Expression Model<br /><ul><li>Brands as Vehicles to Express Self-Identity
    84. 84. Consumer’s Self-Identity - Actual/Real Identity or Ideal/Aspirational Self
    85. 85. Feelings Engendered by Brand Personality
    86. 86. Brand = Badge
    87. 87. Brand as Part of the Consumer’s ‘Self’ or Oneness</li></ul>Isis Respects and Values Women as They Are<br />Real Women Engaged in Outdoor Activities<br />Authentic, Informed Women in Mutually Beneficial Relationship<br />
    88. 88. Relationship-Basis Model<br /><ul><li>Consumer May Not Aspire to Possess a Personality Trait Yet Seeks a Relationship that Evidences the Trait
    89. 89. Elements Affecting Individual’s Relationship with a Brand
    90. 90. Brand as a Person
    91. 91. Type of Person the Brand Represents</li></ul>Banks, Insurance Companies, Financial Investment<br />Competent, Serious, Stable<br />Northfield Savings Bank<br />
    92. 92. Functional Benefit Model<br /><ul><li>Brand Personality as a Vehicle for Representing Functional Benefits and Attributes
    93. 93. Visual Symbol or Image Exists that Creates or Cues Personality
    94. 94. Country/Region of Origin Can Add Credibility to Identity
    95. 95. Quality Cue
    96. 96. Point of Differentiation</li></li></ul><li>Leveraging Brand Personality<br /><ul><li>Vehicle for Customers to Express their Identity
    97. 97. Represents and Cues Functional Benefits and Product Attributes
    98. 98. Sustainable Point of Differentiation – Difficult to Copy Personality
    99. 99. Propels Your Brand to Public Consciousness – Flock or Flee
    100. 100. Word of Mouth is the Best Marketing Medium </li></li></ul><li>66<br />Ross Evans<br />Simon Pearce<br />simonpearce.com<br />
    101. 101. Simon Pearce Background<br />Founded in 1971 in Kilkenny, Ireland by Simon Pearce<br />1980 – Simon moves to Vermont and begins renovation of the old woolen mill in Quechee <br />1981 – Simon opens glassblowing workshop at the Mill in Quechee<br />1993 - opens 32,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Windsor, VT<br />1999 – opens 190,000 square foot manufacturing and warehouse facility in Mtn. Lake Park, Maryland<br />2011 – the Mill in Quechee welcomes over 300,000 visitors<br />Currently eight company-owned retail stores<br />500 wholesale partners that carry our products<br />260 employees nationwide<br />
    102. 102. An anecdote<br />
    103. 103. Defining Your Brand Voice<br />Goal: Your Brand Voice should build confidence and consistency throughout the company, across all channels and levels. The Brand Voice aligns the entire value chain to use the same “central currency” and facilitates clear and directed communication.<br />Elements of the Brand Voice<br />Voice Tone<br />Desired Impact<br />Brand Personality<br />Personality traits that don’t represent your brand<br />Elements of History (how does history impact your messaging)<br />
    104. 104. Defining Your Brand Voice<br />How and Where do you use your Brand Voice in “real life”?<br />Social Media<br />Press material<br />Email Campaigns<br />Internal “speak”<br />Training<br />Customer Service<br />Sales <br />Collateral<br />Copywriting<br />Web content creation<br />
    105. 105. Defining Your Brand Voice<br />The point is that Brand Voice becomes <br />the guardrails and guideposts for <br />how you tell yourstory.<br />
    106. 106. Defining Your Brand Voice<br />Simon Pearce Brand Voice<br />Tone: Real, Approachable, Connected to our environment and present in the moment. We never try to be anything that we are not. We are helping customers enrich their “story”. <br />Impact: Eye-Catching/Arresting, Striking, Head-turning, Provocative, Surprising, Wow, Excite, Inspire<br />Personality: Nimble, Flexible, Approachable, Highly Responsive, Attentive, Stimulating, Selectively Whimsical, Confident, Advisory, Inspirational, Engaging, Great Listener, Valued Counsel (coach), Magnetic, Charismatic <br />Personality Traits We Are Not: Museum-like, Unapproachable, Stiff, Dry, Fragile, Overly-academic, Bureaucratic, Quiet, Reserved<br />Elements of History: History informing the future, history of location, history as a guidepost for future decisions. History of the Mill is our DNA<br />
    107. 107. Defining Your Brand Voice<br />Re-cap<br />Define the goal of your brand voice<br />Determine how and where will you use your brand voice<br />Define the elements of your brand voice<br />
    108. 108. Ken Millman<br />Spike Advertising<br />spikeadvertising.com<br />
    109. 109. Questions? <br />Please direct either towards a specific panelist or in general for any to answer<br />
    110. 110. THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING TODAY<br />Copies of today’s presentation are available for sharing or download at:<br />www.twitter.com/fambiz2point0<br />www.slideshare.com/dvdv<br />

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