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Building Trusted Authentic Brands With Phillip Holmes Nonprofit Marketing Consultant

Building Trusted Authentic Brands With Phillip Holmes Nonprofit Marketing Consultant

One of the most important elements to building a successful brand today is through building trust in your audience.

In today’s episode we are joined by Phillip Holmes higher education VP and Nonprofit marketing consultant and he explains the importance of trust, authenticity and staying aligned on your mission when developing your brand.

If you are interested in finding out more about Phillip see links below.

Phillip Holmes – Linkedin
Phillip Holmes – Instagram
Phillip Holmes – Twitter
Phillip Holmes – Facebook
Highest Good Media – Linkedin
Highest Good Media – Facebook
Highest Good Media – Website
Make It Plain – Podcast

 

 



RESOURCES & LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

Schedule a call to book a FREE BRAND Discovery and strategy call to begin the process of unlocking your brand’s full potential 

Elements Brand Management’s YouTube Channel

The Unified Brand Podcast:iTunes | StitcherSpotify

 


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