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Online brand management: How to build your image and protect your brand online

How to build your image and protect your brand online

The internet provides new and inexpensive opportunities to help you build your reputation and promote the value and quality of your brand. But it has also the potential to damage your brand value by spreading negative comments about your service, your products or ethical conduct.
This seminar will give you practical guidance on how you can use your website, social networking sites and other online tools to promote your business and manage your brand effectively. And you will learn about proactive ways of using domain names and trade marks to prevent other people from passing off your good reputation as their own
Admission is free, however places are limited. To reserve your place you must register and book online at: http://www.own-it.org/events/online-brand-management-how-to-build-your-image-and-protect-your-brand-online


Mr Tom Cowling | talks | www


Date and Time:

12 May 2009 at 6:30 pm


2 hours



Rootstein Hopkins Space
London College of Fashion
John Princes Street

020 7514 7985
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