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Presented By: Dana Leavey-Detrick.
Originally aired in February, 2015.
In this presentation, Dana Leavy-Detrick guides you through the process of building a compelling and consistent brand for your work, as well as effective strategies for standing out and communicating your brand message.
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Whether you consider yourself a freelancer, a full time contractor, or a small business brand, creating a cohesive brand presence that communicates your unique value to your customers is an important foundation for building and sustaining your career and client base.
In this presentation, Dana Leavy-Detrick, a former creative industry recruiter and resume writer specializing in the fields of advertising, marketing, design, and technology, guides you through the process of building a compelling and consistent brand for your work, as well as effective strategies for standing out and communicating your brand message in today’s competitive and digitally-driven marketplace.
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