Expert to Entrepreneur: 13 Must-Have Brand Tools
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Duration:1 hour
Host:Deborah Shane
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Deborah Shane is an insightful Career Branding Specialist and a creative Social Media Marketing Consultant, who guides and motivates people through their current career transitions and professional empowerment. She has been describe as “your career GPS” by USA Today/Gannett Career Columnist, Anita Bruzzese.
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Are you ready to make the shift or start the shift? Are you ready to start your own business and become a successful business-of-one? This is one of the most exciting and rewarding endeavors anyone can commit to! You can’t romanticize it today, you have to professionalize it! In this FREE webinar CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert, Deborah Shane will answer:
  • Are you the right person for the job?
  • Is this what you really want to do?
  • Do you have the right Entrepreneurial Profile?
  • Is this a desperation tactic?
If Entrepreneurship is a viable solution to your employment or unemployment, we will outline 13 must-have brand tools to assure you are a ”master marketer!” Setting yourself up to succeed is a thoughtful process and takes time to build brand awareness, credibility and grow your relationships with your personal and professional communities. Are you ready?
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