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View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis B2B brand communications have changed little in the last 25 years, until now.
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Creative B2B branding (no, really): Building a creative brand in a business world
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What Does the Agency of the Future Look Like? - Emotive Brand
Does this product have an incorrect or missing image? Send us a new image. Is this product missing categories? Add more categories. Providing a pick me up for those suffering the mid week mid career trough in ideas, Creative B2B Branding is a book for anyone in business, not just those in the marketing department.
Covering brand strategy, the creative platform and standing out from the crowd, Scot encourages companies to embrace the essence of their brand. He also gives valuable insight into leveraging social media and the latest in digital marketing to amplify your brand — engaging with clients.
Creative B2B Branding (No, Really) (eBook, PDF)
All to often we focus on keeping up with competitors, rather than true differentiators. One of many questions Scot asks is in appealing to a broad audience or giving our clients trusted safe branded messaging, are we missing out on truly engaging with them? You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.