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Making Your Mark

Learn about branding your company at free seminar March 21

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ow often do you see a great event that you’d love to attend, only to discover it’s at 8am downtown Vancouver? Well, in the marketing and design world, that happens all the time for the Surrey-based branding company, Studiothink — so they decided it was time to bring some of that valuable information out to the Fraser Valley.

 

In September 2012, Studiothink launched Think60–a monthly event series focused on bringing local business owners and managers valuable marketing and branding insight. The monthly events are held in Studiothink’s Idea Room in Surrey, BC on Thursday afternoons from 4-5pm. Think60 is designed to be 60-minutes, allowing business people to escape from work half an hour early and still make it home in time to be with their family for dinner.

 

These free sessions provide owners and managers with valuable information on a singular marketing topic, presented in a bite-size format to prevent information overload. Each hour begins with a 15-20 minute presentation. After the presentation the floor opens up for questions and answers, followed by casual networking in Studiothink’s Unwined lounge.

 

Past topics have included “Dispelling the Myths of SEO”“Inbound Marketing - How to eliminate cold calls and transform your website into a marketing machine”; and –“An intro to video - how video can be used to build your brand and improve your website”. On March 21st, the Think60 topic will be “5 Steps to rebranding your business”.

 

Think60 events are open to all business owners and managers, and there is no cost to attend. For upcoming dates, and to register visit www.studiothink.com/events

 

About Studiothink

Studiothink is a creative branding company focused on brand strategy and brand design. Launched 16 years ago, it has grown to become one of the Valley’s largest agencies. Their creative style and fun culture has been key to their growth, along with the determination and ingenuity of their two female owners, Sherry Jacobi and Chandra Blouin. In the early days, the two business partners got their start with a Valley business magazine. Now, after 16 years and over 500 clients, they spend their days doing what they love, thinking of creative strategies to help their clients grow.

 

 

 

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