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Five Tell Tale Signs Your Brand isn’t Working

The Norfolk Business Woman's Network

Thursday, 6 October 2016 from 10:00 to 12:00 (BST)

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For October I am delighted to welcome Nick Ruston as our speaker. Nick founded design agency, Robot Mascot in 2013 and has over 15 years experience in branding and advertising, working for top ten agencies such as TBWA and Euro RSCG. His projects include brand development and advertising campaigns for Jaguar, Barclays, Diesel and the British Heart Foundation.

On Thursday 6th October Nick is delighted to share with you the 'Five tell tale signs your brand isn’t working’. 
 
During this talk you will:

• Discover the most common reasons brands fail
• Be able to identify area’s where you can improve your own branding
• Find out the Do’s and Don’ts of brand strategy
 
Nick Ruston

 

 
Why is Nick our speaker?
 
Robot Mascot are a Norwich based design agency, who specialise in brand development. They work with business owners, CEOs, MDs and Marketing Directors of ambitious start ups and established SME's who are:

• Successful, but struggling to take their brand to the next level
• Performing well, but are worried their design, branding, marketing or website is outdated
• Anxious they are not getting enough new clients
• Frustrated they’re failing to attract the sorts of customers they’re really after

Robot Mascot are passionate about making their clients brands stand out. As their ethos “Battling the Banal” suggests, they do this by creating unique and distinctive ideas that attract attention and stimulate demand. Robot Mascot then execute these idea’s across touch points that best fit their clients strategy – from websites and brochures, to magazine adverts and TV commercials.

With all the usual mix of networking with the Business Women of Norfolk in the delightful setting of Caistor Hall Hotel.  No memberships or block outs.  Either book via the Eventbrite link or get in touch with Denise Bretton, Area Co-Ordinator for alternative ways to book and pay.  We very much look forward to welcoming you to our event.

 


 


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Caistor Hall Hotel, www.caistorhall.com
Caistor St Edmund
NR14 8QN Norwich
United Kingdom

Thursday, 6 October 2016 from 10:00 to 12:00 (BST)


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The Norfolk Business Woman's Network

As passionate about your success as you are.

The B.W.N runs business focused networking events in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Hertfordshire aimed at Business Women. From sole traders to national organisations business women attend B.W.N events to connect with people, raise their profile, learn new skills and ultimately make their business more successful. 

There are no membership fees, no block outs - just business focused networking events. We understand what it is like to run your own business and so each event has a business focused presentation to help you gain new skills and appreciate your existing ones. For more details see:

http://thebusinesswomansnetwork.co.uk

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Contact Norfolk B.W.N Co-Ordinator: Denise Bretton

Email: denise@thebusinesswomansnetwork.co.uk

Mobile: 07729555258

Telephone: 01502 531239

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