How to build a brand people actually take notice of - Matchstick Creative

How to build a brand people actually take notice of

Details
Date:

March 2

Time:

03:00 pm - 04:30 pm

Event Category:

Torchlight Talks

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-build-a-brand-people-actually-take-notice-of-tickets-272732238467
Organizer

Matchstick Creative

Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/matchstick-creative-31614715657
Your brand is one of your greatest assets, but are you getting the traction you want with your desired audiences?

If you want to create a successful brand, you’ll need to understand how to connect with your ideal audience. Build a brand to be proud of with help from Aaron Fontenot, Business Lead of Matchstick Creative.

This session will help you to understand why your brand is one of your greatest assets as a business owner, and will work to answer these questions:

  • How can we establish our own brand personality?
  • Why is a consistent brand personality so important?
  • How can we find our ideal audiences?

In a 90-minute masterclass, Aaron will guide you through the building blocks of your brand personality, executing it across all of your channels and creating messages that actually resonate with your ideal audiences. Build a brand that’s worth talking about.

Who is the event for?

  • New startup founders looking to understand their ideal audience
  • Aspiring entrepreneurs in need of support and advice to build their brand
  • Small business owners wanting to connect with a wider audience

Learn more about Matchstick Creative

Aaron Fontenot is the Business Lead of Matchstick Creative, a purpose-driven digital marketing agency based in Liverpool. Matchstick Creative help organisations who want to create a positive impact communicate clearly. If we understand each other better, great things happen.

This event will take place on Zoom. Access to the event will be available 30 minutes before it starts. Click the ‘access the event’ button and you will be directed to the joining page.