The BrandsFormation Team will be holding a two-day, free seminar educating smaller sized business owners on "How to transform a good local business into a great local brand." During the seminar, real branding success stories will be shared, highlighting the truth behind Chuck Mefford's theory that "any good practice can implement to successfully brand....just like the big guys."
The seminar will take place on both Wednesday, March 9th and Thursday, March 10th from 8:30am - 12:00 noon. However, if you're feeling hungry when you wake up, a continental breakfast will be served at 8:00.
Location: Olbrich Gardens' Evjue Commons at 3330 Atwood Avenue in Madison, WI
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