Being the keeper of a 70-year-old brand is a big responsibility; one that comes with its own challenges. Robin Tooms interviews Kym King, Vice President of Public Relations at Goodwill Houston to talk about how brands can better communicate mission and purpose to connect with customers and create action.
How does a brand stay strong, and relevant, over 70 years? Robin Tooms interviews Steve Lufburrow, President and CEO, Goodwill Houston to discover how the organization continuously builds upon its brand platform.
Extending your global reach is a good thing but it also creates many moving pieces. Audrey Trevino, Global Branding Manager at MD Anderson Cancer Center, talks about how branding has positively affected their partnerships worldwide.
To be successful, your company needs to “dress for the job you want” by matching your naming strategy to your larger brand strategy. David Skinner, CEO at KCA, talks about how their name change demonstrates who they want to be as a company.
Brand and marketing teams can and should think bigger. They can look for opportunities to support the business in broader ways, which in turn helps the business see value in the brand. Audrey Trevino, Global Branding Manager at MD Anderson Cancer Center, talks about how their team leverages branding to positively affect their partnerships worldwide.
There are only three possible strategies for your company to pursue — and as much as you may want to claim all three, you can only deliver one. Steve Brody, a Vistage International chair and President of Naviond US, shares his advice for leaders making strategic decisions.
The most successful marketing efforts aren’t preplanned. They come from experimentation and studying customer behavior. Steve Brody, current chair at Vistage International and President of Naviond US, shares why the best marketers understand that they operate in a laboratory.
Though it may seem counterintuitive, narrowing your focus as a company is a key factor for success. Steve Brody, a current chair of Vistage International and president of Naviond U.S., talks about how focusing on just the right market segment makes all the difference.
When companies aren’t differentiated, it’s not a sales problem; it’s a CEO problem. Steve Brody, group chair of Vistage International, an organization of CEOs, shares his insights into where differentiation starts.
Cultures that engage and empower employees aren’t dry and dull; one of the best ways to encourage positive behaviors and beliefs in your people is to have fun with them. Gene Gray, President at Innovative-IDM, shares the story of how a little silliness with a buzzer turned into a company mascot and a constant celebration of their customers.