Power Up for the Paradigm Shift: Marketing, Brand, and Identity in a Changing Marketplace
You have a talent. You have a passion. Or you're not sure what they are
Maybe you want to find a new job. Maybe you want to create a new business. Maybe your business needs to grow. Maybe Tucson needs a change.
Let's make it happen.
Experience a panel of movers and shakers who offer tools to make your life and business more successful.
Define marketing. Define branding. Define identity.
"Power Up for the Paradigm Shift: Marketing, Brand, and Identity in a Changing Marketplace" features:
Rabbi Samuel Cohon leads Tucson's largest Reform Judaism synagogue, Temple Emanu-el, and hosts his own radio show "Too Jewish."
Lynden Kidd, J.D. is CEO for a health industry recruiting company and facilitator for PEERS AZ workshops. PEERS AZ is a non-profit assisting Tucson professionals.
Jodi Netzer is a multi-media communicator with a body of work in performing arts, graphic design, and video. She also works with The Water Festival and Tucson Arts Brigade.
Laura Shaw oversees marketing for TREO (Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities) with the goal of growing and maintaining southern Arizona's vital business climate.
Teresa (Terry) Filipowicz is a journalist, writer, editor, public relations specialist, and educator whose life purpose is communication and helping others.
Sponsored in part by: Pima Community College
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