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December 3, 2019
Topics: Brand Communication, Brand Delivery, Business, Marketing
Keywords: Brands To Watch in 2020, companies to watch in 2020, brand trends 2020, company trends 2020, news about brands
Amazon tops the alphabetical list of brands that will make the news in 2020.
November 12, 2019
Topics: Customer Experience, Brand Communication, Marketing
Keywords: emotional connection, marketing, Denise Lee Yohn, brand building, emotional branding, leadership, strategy, emotion in B2B
Companies should research who their customers are and respond with interactive experiences that “include them on a journey,” says Denise Lee Yohn in this blog post and video. “[H]umans are emotional beings and we make brand and product decisions based on how they make us feel and the identities they enable us to express and experience,” she says.
November 5, 2019
Topics: Corporate Culture, Culture, Employee Engagement, Leadership
Keywords: employee engagement, corporate culture, organizational culture, workplace culture, leadership style, company is like family, family-like culture, employer employee contract
If you think about or treat your employees like family, you’re probably doing more harm than good.
November 4, 2019
Floor Covering Weekly
Topics: Corporate Culture, Brand Communication, Brand Delivery, Brand Experience, Brand Touchpoints, Business, Culture, Customer Service, Employee Engagement, Marketing
Keywords: brand-building, Denise Lee Yohn at DOMOTEX, Denise Lee Yohn in Floor Covering Weekly, branding importance
It is essential to create an emotional connection with your customers. This principle applies whether you are a retailer (looking to create a comfortable shopping environment) or a manufacturer (looking to establish trusting relationships with buyers).
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