"I'm very pleased to be part of a workshop where entrepreneurs and business professionals can learn about how to build their brand and why it's so critical,” says Nicole Cline, Owner of Cline Communications. “As a fundraiser, I've learned the importance of creating and maintaining credibility and I look forward to translating this skill set into real value for attendees."
The purpose of the “Where Perception Meets Reality” Branding Workshop is to educate current and inspiring entrepreneurs, emerging brands, and small business owners on how to identify and manage the perception of their images .This groundbreaking “mini-nar”
“I am excited to be part of such an amazing opportunity,”
Judy Young, McDonalds Owner Operator, comments, "I am looking forward to speaking at the Where Perception Meets Reality Branding Workshop. After being a business owner for many years, I look forward to sharing my knowledge and experience to those seeking guidance on how to transition to entrepreneurship.”
The Connecticut Edition series aims to enlighten guest on the importance of how perception plays a significant role in shaping personal and professional images in and out of the workplace. Additional workshop topics include: How to Brand with Little to No Budget, Etiquette and Protocol of Being Blk, Persuasion and Self-Branding, and The Transition from Employee to Entrepreneur.
To register visit the EventBrite page, http://whereperceptionmeetsrealityworkshop.eventbrite.com.
For vendor/sponsorship and additional information about the Where Perception Meets Reality Branding Workshop contact Katrina Highsmith or Kristen Hopkins via email at email@example.com, or phone at 678-235-5765.
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