Is Your Brand Helping or Hurting You?

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Lesson Plan

Every person is bombarded with thousands of images, brands, and marketing messages every day. Is your brand making the cut? Does yours stand out and make a positive first impression? We’ll explore why some brands flourish, while others get lost in the clutter.

Watch this webinar to:

  • Figure Out Your Target Market
  • Create Value and Authority
  • Consistency and Tone is Key
  • Create a Tribe Mentality

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Content disclosure: This course does not focus on any product or service.
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Duration: 46 minutes


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Ardavan Javid Ardavan Javid

Ardavan and his twin brother Kevin founded Graphicwise nearly 20 years ago in Southern California. During the past two decades, they've helped nearly 1,000 individuals and companies establish or elevate their brand and online presence. In 2000, Ardavan and Kevin founded the American Design Awards, an international organization helping up and coming designers get recognition and exposure. Some of Graphicwise's noteworthy clients include Nestle Foods, Audi, FOX Sports, NBC, Starbucks, Jenny Craig, and Oracle, as well as celebrities such as Chef Robert Irvine of FoodTV, Marcus Lemonis of CNBC's The Profit, MMA/UFC Champion Chuck Liddell, and NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens.

Is Your Brand Helping or Hurting You?