“Does your brand design SUCK?”
“Why it matters now, and why “later” just won’t do.”
Warrior Women in Business Episode #34 , April 7th at 3pmEST on location in the new WWIB location, SOFLA , with featured guest and Warrior Women in Business exclusive design coach and JSM Design partner, Nia Dara, is a must attend for anyone looking to improve their brand presence. This applies to any executive, entrepreneur or artist who is struggling to have their brand seen, heard and engaged.
Nia Dara , featured guest and WWIB host , CEO and Brand Strategy expert, Jasmine Sandler, will share the keys of getting your brand unstuck, defining and designing a brand that engages and how to best use your brand to drive business and career growth.
So why attend?
Building a business and brand in today’s market is more than just about a good idea. You’ve got to be able to attract customers and partners right out of the gate. Good design is a front loaded undertaking with long-term value and benefits.
However, during early stages of business growth quality design is subjected to the sidelines of business management demands. Many business owners will all to often sacrifice good design altogether because of financial limitations or otherwise, saving brand design for a “future” notion of profits and growth without any planning or structure to attain the goal of brand growth and scale.
The true cost of sidelining design is more than the cost of hiring a designer in the present, it’s also means sidelining relationships, brand trust, brand recognition, and ultimately… sales for both the present and future. A good and polished brand design can communicate its value, can achieve a competitive edge, and establish trust for both consumer, business partnerships, opportunities and more.
In this digital age it’s more important than ever to be perceived as a reputable brand with lasting presence, and with the ability to attract consumers and secure profitability
Learn how to get unstuck with your brand and start seeing a brand that aligns with your purpose and drives business.