Skip Main Navigation
Page Content

Save This Event

Event Saved

Branding - 2 Day Training Course

London School for Public Relations (LSPR)

Thursday, 5 January 2017 at 10:00 - Friday, 6 January 2017 at 16:00 (GMT)

Branding - 2 Day Training Course

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
General Admission
30% (£294) OFF THE COURSE FEE OF £980 LATE BOOKING OFFER
31 Dec 2016 £790.00 £31.69

Who's Going

Loading your connections...

Share Branding - 2 Day Training Course

Event Details

The primary purpose of the Brand Management course is to provide participants with an overview of how brands can be best managed to improve customer experience and brand equity. A central theme is how social media platforms and the growing power of social influence are shaping brand communications and advocacy. Participants are guided through the process of how a product is developed into a brand, covering important issues such as intellectual property, brand benefits, purpose and brand narratives, A concise review of strategic thinking on brand management is provided, focusing on positioning, mission, identity, stakeholder engagement and extending the life of a brand. The course also explores how to develop memorable brand experiences and how to avoid brand commoditisation.

 

This course has six main modules:

Module One: Introduction to Brand Fundamentals

What is a brand?

  • Understanding intangibles and their value
  • How are brands changing in relation to new business models and social media?
  • Key concepts in branding:
    • Brand identity
    • Brand architecture
    • Brand positioning
    • Brand attributes
    • Brand elements
    • Brand essence
    • Brand equity
    • Brand image
    • Brand communications
    • Brand experience
    • Brand management
    • Brand strength
    • Brand lifecycle
    • Brand value proposition
    • Niche branding
    • Co-branding
  • Social media and brand terminology
  • Importance of strategic intent: vision and mission statements
  • Critical elements: purpose/benefits, market relevance, positioning, identity and image
  • Basic process of building a brand strategy: functional, emotional and psychological elements of branding
  • Brand strategy and growth
  • New ideas and influences: Islamic branding

 

Module Two: From Product to Brand

  • Getting past the key questions: concept, relevance, purpose, meaning, benefits, sustainability, competition, positioning, architecture, growth and adaptability (innovation potential), vision, mission and, target markets, communication tools, stakeholder issues and brand identity, plus IP protection, social media and mobility of brand concept
  • What is the overall brand strategy?
  • The visual identity process: logo, naming, colour, design
  • Psychological elements of visual identity
  • Risk and issue analysis for new brand
  • Types of brands and their needs – infrastructure – delivery, supply chain etc
  • Pricing issues
  • Brand communications and image control
  • Web site and control of messages and communications
  • Why so many new product launches fail

 

Module Three: Strategic Considerations and Brand Equity

  • What business are you in?
  • The big picture – brand strategy
  • Market profile; competitor analysis; customer segmentation; positioning strategy; brand promise and value proposition; behavioural targeting
  • Why positioning is so critical to success
  • Brand architecture
  • Developing a social media strategy
  • Stakeholder management of brands and risk profiles
  • Protecting brand equity: online reputation management issues and SEO
  • Definitions of brand equity and its importance to brand management
  • Brand performance and brand equity metrics: including social brand measures e.g. retweets and other social media metrics and indices

 

Module Four: Brand Communications and Advocacy

  • The basics of brand communications
  • How brands are reaching out to consumers via the Web and mobile platforms: role of Twitter and Facebook
  • Why customer service and experience is becoming as important as the brand you sell
  • Link with brand communications and overall strategy and objectives
  • Brand architecture and communications: corporate brands
  • External brand communications: corporate advertising; product advertising; social media: YouTube presence, Facebook, Twitter etc; sponsorship; events; third party advocacy; direct marketing; blogs, online communities, podcasts; role of social bookmarking
  • Brand stories: the power of good brand narratives
  • Communicating issues: engaging divergent stakeholders and NGOs
  • Influence, reach and engagement: use of mobile platforms and apps
  • Message development and brand loyalty

 

Module Five: Protecting and Sustaining Brand Equity

  • The importance of intellectual property in brand management
  • Names, registering logos, monitoring misuse and infringements
  • Making brands hard to copy: building in intangibles and experiences
  • Sustaining a brand long term: proximity with influencers
  • The importance of innovation
  • Growth through extension: benefits and dangers
  • Brand revitalisation
  • Open source innovation
  • Redefining purpose and values
  • Growth of neuro-marketing and its impact on branding

 

Module Six: Building Brand Experiences and CSR

  • The importance of good memorable brand experience
  • Building brand narratives
  • From commodity to brand experience – what coffee can teach us
  • Best practice in managing brand experience
  • Co-creation of ideas
  • Archetypes and branding
  • Brand values and the growing influence of strategic CSR
  • Brands with successful CSR strategies
  • Embracing CSR as integral to the brand concept
  • CSR brand metrics and reputation.

 

Course Assessment

In order to obtain the Advanced Certificate course in Brand Management participants are required to complete:

  • an assessment (during the course)

The assessment is based on a critical thinking exercise, from which participants are asked questions based on a given scenario, to evaluate their understanding and comprehension of key concepts from the course.

The purpose of the practical assessment is to test, at one level, factual recall of critical concepts, and at a higher level, to allow participants the chance to apply knowledge assumed by the syllabus to completely unfamiliar situations e.g. a scenario. Less emphasis is placed on factual recall and greater placed on critical thinking and the practical application of concepts.


Do you have questions about Branding - 2 Day Training Course? Contact London School for Public Relations (LSPR)

Save This Event

Event Saved

When & Where


London School Of Public Relations
118A Kensington Church St
W8 4BH London
United Kingdom

Thursday, 5 January 2017 at 10:00 - Friday, 6 January 2017 at 16:00 (GMT)


  Add to my calendar

Organiser

London School for Public Relations (LSPR)

The London School of Public Relations (LSPR) is a training and business development organisation located in Notting Hill Gate, London. Established in 1992, LSPR specialises in the following areas:

PR & Reputation Management,
Business Strategy for PR,
Risk Management,
Branding,
Leadership,
CSR and Sustainability,
Social Media & Online Marketing,
Business Writing, 
Presentation Skills,
Press Release Writing

 

Our primary mission is to provide courses that explain how brands can build reputational capabilities that help organisations to stay competitive and take advantage of the growing importance of social influence and the changing nature of business.

In addition to its training profile, LSPR has been actively involved in business development. Our extensive client list reflects our global success in attracting a wide range of organisations who have selected LSPR for its dynamic, solutions-driven approach to training. LSPR also brings a wealth of global training experience through franchise operations.

We welcome individuals and corporate clients alike, and are very happy to develop tailor-made courses. If you are fascinated by brands, intrigued by corporate communications, absorbed by social media and want to learn more, LSPR will provide you with the skills and insights required to stay ahead of others and keep yourself attractive to employers or customers. 

 

LSPR DISCOUNTS:

Alumni Loyalty Scheme - 20% off any course fee* 

CODE: Alumni20%.

Group Bookings - 20% off group bookings for 3 or more people*

CODE: Group20%

2 for 1 - bring a colleague, friend or family member for free* on the same course.

CODE:  2for1

Freelancers and Charities - 15% off any course fee*.

CODE: FCH15%

*This offers are subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Terms and conditions apply. 

 

 

  Contact the Organiser
Branding - 2 Day Training Course
Things to do in London Seminar Business

Please log in or sign up

In order to purchase these tickets in installments, you'll need an Eventbrite account. Log in or sign up for a free account to continue.