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Presented By: Lara Kisielewska & Marty Katz.
Originally aired in June, 2015.
Learn how designers and marketing strategists can work together to produce great work, keep clients happy, manage budgets and avoid scope creep.
Best practices are based on the perspective that the whole is greater than the sum of its strategic and creative parts. Successful collaborations are built on inclusion of both strategic and creative disciplines. It’s available to all with open minds.
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Marty Katz, President of Synapse Partnership, a marketing consulting firm describes user-friendly practices that forge:
Lara Kisielewska, Founder of Optimum Design & Consulting, a graphic design firm, will discuss how her partnerships with marketing strategists have:
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