Rock Your Association Brand: Being RADICAL in a World of Sameness
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November 15, 2016
Wisconsin Society of Association Executives
Associations—like for-profit businesses—compete in often-crowded marketplaces. But let’s face it: if you don’t have a competitive advantage, you may as well not compete. So what is your associations’ uniqueness? What makes you indispensable to your target audience of members and prospects? What turns disengaged members into your best evangelists? The RADICAL branding construct will reveal the seven critical keys for developing a powerful—maybe even an outrageous—brand for your association. Because playing it safe is a sure path to invisibility.
- Discover why your brand IS your strategy and get the tools to develop a brand that will help you attract and retain more members, donors and supporters.
- See how embracing the key branding principles of relevance, authenticity and differentiation will help your association stand WAY out from competitive offerings and give prospects a reason to choose your association.
- Give you leadership and your staff a compelling rallying cry and deliver on your association's radical brand promise every day.
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