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Presented By: Geri Mazur.
Originally aired in April 2016.
Award-winning marketing consultant Geri Mazur gives creative professionals practical information to help market yourself — even if you don’t have a huge budget.
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Award winning marketing consultant Geri Mazur gives creative professionals practical information to help market yourself – even if you don’t have a huge budget.
Geri Mazur is an award winning small business marketing consultant with more than 25 years experience moving people, products and brands forward. Geri has spent most of her career with major advertising and public relations agencies, holding a number of senior strategic and management positions in marketing, communications and advertising. During that time she has worked with such well-known brands as P & G, Purdue Farms, Princess Cruises and Pfizer. Today, she brings the thinking and discipline of big business marketing to small businesses. She makes it easy, understandable and affordable.
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