Your Brand as a Competitive Advantage

June 29, 2016

In an increasingly challenging landscape, focus on your client experience to build the business relationship from the beginning and for years to come.

Attract more clients and exceed expectations using these essential marketing, sales and onboarding techniques

Whenever investors talk to you, read something you've sent or visit your website — they're experiencing your brand.

And that experience should be the same from marketing, to sales, to onboarding and beyond.

If you’re used to looking at marketing, sales and onboarding as separate functions, you risk delivering a disjointed experience along the way—and that can hurt your business.

Learn how to really use your brand to guide all your business functions. You'll find out about:

  • The importance of positioning your brand
  • How to create a practical, useful marketing plan—and put it into action
  • Comfortable selling tips for non-sales types
  • How to use workflows to keep your progress—and your message—on-brand
  • How to continue a positive experience right through onboarding and beyond



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Including your copy of Your Brand as a Competitive Advantage and our companion piece, Using S.W.O.T. Analysis to Strengthen Your Brand. Attract more clients and exceed expectations using these essential marketing, sales and onboarding techniques.

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