Learn from the best and brightest minds about branding and design. If you're looking to build a strong brand and reach the next level of success, have a listen. Hosted by Ian Evenstar from UNINCORPORATED, these conversations will give you insights on how to grow awareness, increase sales, or solve a major challenge facing you and your company.
In this episode, Ian speaks with Scott Miller about his new book, Marketing Mess to Brand Success. As a former CMO of the FranklinCovey company, he has extensive knowledge in helping brands solve their biggest marketing challenges.
To learn more about Ian and the All About Brand team, visit IanEvenstar.com.
Annelise Worn is a successful CEO, entrepreneur, and marketing strategist here to share actionable tips on branding, marketing, and growing your personal brand. Find Annelise on Instagram, LinkedIn, or live every Tuesday on The Social Marketing Method Facebook group.
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