brand,strategy

brand strategies

for SMEs

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Register for this Course

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Make Strategy Relevant for Small Brands.

If you’ve ever wondered if you’re a fraud talking about branding and offering brand strategy, this course is for you.
In this course, you’ll learn how to use brand strategy for small and medium enterprise businesses—helping them build a brand that their 100 - 300 customers can trust everyday. At the end of these 2 weeks, you will feel more confident writing on your bio “I build distinct brands for ambitious businesses”

Only register if you’ll have

100%
attendance

You’ve tried recorded videos, read articles, and researched for hacks—don’t intend to repeat it. This course was designed with you in class.

registration is now open

classes kick off 23rd October, 2021

Before you register, think carefully about what you are about to do. If you do this, you’vejust increased the chances of success for 17M SMEs.

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Access to edited, recorded video sessions at the class

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Access to all downloadable resources

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Access to Mentor for questions and feedback

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Certificate upon Completion

course content

The Shalaye

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Why do Brand Strategy?

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Selling Brand Strategy

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Thinking with SMEs

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How Brand Strategy Works

The practicals

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Playing with the buzzwords

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Anchoring discovery sessions

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Finding the gold

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Executing Brand Strategy

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Measuring Brand Strategy

meet your
instructor

Praise
philemon

Praise Philemon
Lead, Brand &
Communications, TechAdvance
Praise has been obsessed with brands for over 6 years. In that time, he has evolved from designing music covers for the next Wizkid to leading brand and communications for TechAdvance, a FinTech Infrastructure company in Africa.

When he’s not working, he tinkers with his personal brand, as he has done for the last 2 years. He has repositioned himself from the co-founder of a design agency (that he left) to arguably becoming one of Nigeria’s influential Design voices. He self-published a design book. He has spoken to different audiences, virtual and physical, teaching how anyone can make things better with design.

And now, he’s teaching 20 more people.
What could be more SME than that? Lol.