04 December, 2012 | ()
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Brand and marketing are essential to building a company's relationship with its employees and customers. There are many inputs, expectations, and choices, making priorities particularly difficult to set. Those who are succeeding with brand and marketing initiatives target a "critical few" actions that address their company's biggest challenges and opportunities. Join this webcast to hear what leaders will be doing to expand their brand and marketing contribution in 2013.
Audience: Senior executives from shared service organizations (corporate functional areas) within communications, marketing, brand, and strategy.
This webcast is part of the series, Your 2013 "Must-Do" List: Shaping the Future.
As expectations for performance grow and resources continue to be tight, it’s more important than ever to identify those “critical few” actions that drive the best results. In this new series of webcasts, we'll hear from leaders on the front lines about the issues and opportunities they will address in 2013--why they chose what they did and how the list is different from the past. By participating in the webcast, participants will gain new insights and ideas for their own 2013 lists.
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