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“Your brand is what other people say about you when you’re not in the room.”
– Jeff Bezos, Founder of Amazon.com
Branding is so much more than just your logo. It’s how you look, sound and act. Look the part by creating a set of visual brand guidelines and sticking to them religiously; develop an appropriate tone of voice and consider the language you use; and create – and live by – a set of values and behaviours that define your business.
Our hands-on workshop reaches to the heart of your brand strategy, giving it the time and attention it deserves. Open discussion and peer-to-peer critique act as a catalyst for new ideas. Sitting around like-minded people, in an energetic environment, you’ll have plenty of ‘eureka!’ moments, and you’ll walk away with a new approach to how you represent your brand.
This workshop will help you to stand out from your competitors by:
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Key areas of brand strategy:
Jon has worked internationally on many successful campaigns for over 10 years. He is passionate about marketing, working hard to get into the mindset of his clients and under the skin of their consumers, to find the right solutions and intelligent, fresh ideas for their project or campaign.
As Creative Director, he is wholly responsible for the studio’s design team, and all creative output, such as art direction, concept development, creative strategy and digital design. This has given him a broad knowledge of how fully integrated campaigns are managed and executed.
As a training practitioner, with over 8 years of writing and delivering academic modules at 3 different universities, Jon is continually evolving to keep up with the ever-changing industry landscape, passionately embracing emerging technologies and techniques.
“Expert knowledge delivered in an engaging way”
“Breadth of information, visuals - Jon really knows his stuff and it came across”
“ A great introduction - my head is whirling in the best possible way with information and ideas.”