Move Your Brand Forward Topic of Manhattan Beach Chamber Webinar

Christel Deskins

MANHATTAN BEACH, CA — The promises your business makes to your customers are even more important now during the COVID-19 pandemic. To help business owners and other interested parties, the Manhattan Beach Chamber is hosting its free monthly Chamber Power Hour on Thursday, August 6 from 9-10 a.m. “Right Now, […]

MANHATTAN BEACH, CA — The promises your business makes to your customers are even more important now during the COVID-19 pandemic. To help business owners and other interested parties, the Manhattan Beach Chamber is hosting its free monthly Chamber Power Hour on Thursday, August 6 from 9-10 a.m. “Right Now, Brand Messaging Is Everything: Learn How To Do It Right” is the topic speaker and Manhattan Beach resident Laura Missioreck will address.

Missioreck, founder and chief creative officer of The Graphic Element, will address fundamental branding techniques that will help elevate your business. The hour-long webinar will offer engaging and thoughtful tips to boost your entrepreneurial spirit while you get through the pandemic.

“Branding is much more than your logo,” said Missioreck. “It’s the value promises you make to your audience.” She will share the best practices for branding your business in uncertain times and will discuss:

  • 5 ways branding can lead to more business

  • How to uncover what makes your brand unique

  • How to connect your brand with superfans

The Graphic Element is a group of six talented and passionate women who specialize in elevating restaurants, retail food and beverage, and celebrity artist brands. They offer a full range of creative services, including brand strategy, logo design, website design and development, package design, video production, email marketing, content creation, social media strategy and more. Missioreck is a 25-year MB resident. The Graphic Element is a strategy-focused branding and design agency located in downtown Manhattan Beach.

Register in advance online through the Manhattan Beach Chamber.

This article originally appeared on the Manhattan Beach Patch

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