Join Paul Charney, CEO of Funworks, as he discusses the best methods to approach branding, sell clients your dream, and integrate feedback into the branding procedure from action one.
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Got a great brand-new company idea but having a hard time to nail down your branding and mission? Join us for our live webinar with Paul Charney, CEO of Oakland based imaginative company Funworks as he talks about the very best ways to approach branding, sell customers your dream, and integrate feedback into the branding procedure from step one.
- The primary step in the branding procedure ought to always be the ‘why’
- Why logos and naming should not be the primary step while doing so
- How to bring outside viewpoints into the innovative procedure from day one
Register Now Paul Charney is co-founder and CEO of Funworks, an Oakland based creative agency constructed around partnership and style thinking. Funworks work with companies from Fortune 500 to startups, integrating sketch and improv comedians into the creative and branding procedures in an activity they have created ‘Funmentum’. Before releasing FunWorks Paul had a 20-year career in branding and advertising and is among the founders of Eliminating My Lobster, a sketch funny performers in San Francisco.
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