Have you ever wondered why you chose to go to that particular restaurant, why you ordered from one e-commerce website and not from any other, or why you opted to fly that airline?
It’s BRANDING! Branding can make or break any business. Branding is the soul of a business. That is why the business of branding is the most critical business of a business. Companies spend millions and billions, but it takes the right strategies, positioning, messaging, the right looks, and much more for a business to become a brand that people love, trust, and feel proud to use in their products and services.
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About this Webinar
Branding can make or break any business. It’s the soul of a business. That’s why the business of branding is the most crucial business of a business. Companies spend millions and billions but it takes the right strategies, positioning, messaging, the right looks, and much more for a business to become a brand that people love, trust, and feel proud to use their products and services.
In this webinar, Preeti Vyas, Chairwoman & Founder – of VGC, will be sharing more than 3 decades of her insightful experiences in the Business of Branding.
Why Should You Attend?
No matter, if you’re a business owner, a highly experienced branding expert, or even if you’re starting to learn how branding works. This webinar is a MUST.
Get to know Preeti’s observations on how branding has evolved in the past 3 decades. What are the differences between building brands then and now? Get behind the scenes of some of the big projects that VGC did and also let Preeti answer your questions if any.
Preeti Vyas is the Chairwoman and Founder of Vyas Giannetti Creative with 30 years of experience. She has been counted among the 50 most influential women in India according to Impact and Verve magazines, ranked as one of the top creative minds by The Economic Times, and named one of the 25 most Powerful Women in Indian business by Business Today. Aditya Birla Group, Baskin Robbins, Pantaloons, and Converse are a few of the many big brands she helped go even bigger.