Monday 1st July


Congress Centre, London

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Event Summary

What is a brand, why do we need one and how have some companies created brands that people have fallen in love with so much that they will even have the logo tattooed on themselves.

Simon will be discussing how to create or tweak your current brand, communicate and engage with your target market in today’s busy world.

He will also be discussing and answering your questions on creating word of mouth marketing and the number 1 secret to growing your business.

Delegates will takeaway:

  • The importance of branding and what it actually means to the business and the target market.
  • How to communicate the brand and how your brand can be your point of difference.
  • Why brands fail and why everyone involved with the business needs to understand what the brand means.

Timings for the Breakfast:

  • 08:30 hrs – Tea, Coffee and Breakfast (to include bacon/sausage butties, Danish and fresh fruit) 
  • 09:00 hrs – Speaker 
  • 10:00 hrs – Finish time 

Who Should Attend

Event professionals who are tasked with looking after event digital platforms and solutions. If you feel bogged down in understanding how something WORKS, rather than what your delegates NEED, and you want to take control, this is for you.

About Simon Jordan

Simon is the author of the Amazon 5 star rated author of How to Sky Rocket Your Business (without burning your fingers).

With over 25 years working in marketing and advertising with some of the World’s top brands such as Nike, Coca Cola, Porsche, Sky TV and Wilkinson Sword to name but a few he is also an international keynote speaker offering business and marketing advice with a good portion of motivation and humour thrown in.

He is a branding and design consultant working with coaches and consultants from all over the globe helping them to build profitable and powerful brands.

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