FESPA Coffee Break: A new way to connect with your customers using personal branding

by FESPA | 16/06/2021
FESPA Coffee Break: A new way to connect with your customers using personal branding

In this FESPA Coffee Break, we’ll look at the changing customer landscape after COVID-19. Today, customers have different expectations from their suppliers.

Join FESPA’s Technical Lead, Graeme Richardson-Locke and Matthew Parker, Champion of Print at Profitable Print Relationships in this FESPA Coffee Break on Tuesday 29th June at 11am BST. Learn about the importance of personal branding in 2021. What is personal branding, why does it matter and how do you create your own?

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