Duluth, GA, September 22, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Junction Creative Solutions (Junction) Executive Director of Business Development & Partnerships Mark Cropp will be a featured speaker on a panel of experts as part of the Empower Concepts series on Thursday, September 27th from 8-9AM at The Work Spot in Duluth, GA.
Cropp will join Sherry Heyl, CEO of Concept Hub Inc. and Julie Squires, CEO of Softscribe Inc. as they lead a conversation on tools, tricks, and techniques for launching a brand. The talk will be geared towards entrepreneurs, artists, and anyone looking to bolster their company or personal brand equity as they move through a challenging economic climate. Calling on his extensive experience as a lifelong entrepreneur and his time helping build businesses from the ground up with Junction, Cropp will discuss how to best present a brand not just to investors, but to customers and the general public.
“With so much competition in every industry vertical in the modern marketplace, there has never been a more important time to focus on what differentiates your brand from the pack,” says Cropp. “I am excited to join Sherry and Julie in sharing some of the keys to creating a brand identity that will resonate with audiences across each and every touchpoint.”
Tickets are $20 cash at the door, and are available at a discounted rate in advance with pre-registration at http://eclaunchingyourbrand.eventbrite.com/.
About Junction Creative Solutions
Junction Creative Solutions (Junction) combines the intellectual capital of a consulting firm with the creative execution of an advertising agency to create effective and measurable strategies. The strategic solutions align with specific business goals and objectives, and provide consistency from strategic planning through execution. As a result, our clients are able to maximize opportunities to react, adapt, and thrive -- ultimately creating more sustainable and competitive businesses. Junction’s award winning portfolio boasts successful strategies and agency solutions for SMBs and Fortune 500 companies.