Branding Your Small Business 101 with Debra Semans

April 2014
Atlanta Building News eNewsletter;4/29/2014, p2
The article features Debra S. Semans, a veteran marketing researcher and expert in brand positioning and strategy, and offers information on a session in which Semans will discuss the importance of branding to increase sales and improve consumer loyalty for the success of business.


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