Marketer, brand innovator, and author Mark Stinson talks about the importance of branding whether it's for a multinational corporation, personal brand, or small business.
Mark Stinson has earned the reputation as a “brand innovator” -- an experienced marketer, persuasive writer, dynamic presenter, and skilled facilitator. His work includes brand strategy and creative workshops. He has contributed to the launches of more than 150 brands, with a focus on health, science, and technology companies. Mark has worked with clients ranging from global corporations to entrepreneurial start-ups. He is a recipient of the Brand Leadership Award from the Asia Brand Congress and was included in the PharmaVoice 100 Most Inspiring People in the Life-Sciences Industry.
Mark is the author of 5 business books and designer of many motivational journals. He is currently co-hosting a podcast entitled "Entelechy Leadership Stories."
In this episode, you'll learn:
- The power of branding for big corporations, personal brand, or small business
- Mark's customer chemistry framework
- Responding to a crisis as a brand
Show notes: http://www.inspiredmoney.fm/146
Find more from our guest:
- ForwardFast Branding: The 6-Step Model to Accelerate Your Health, Science, and Technology Brand by Mark Stinson
- Customer CHEMistry: The 4 Elements to Create Lasting Relationships with Customers – and Lessons I Learned from Them by Mark Stinson
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