DEMYSTIFYING BRANDING WITH five key questions
Brand development along with the nuts-&-bolts of starting and running a business are critical knowledge any business owners should have under their tool belt.
As part of a 12-week entrepreneurship academy organized by the OIC Business Academy (OIC-BA) funded by the OKC Black Justice Fund, two sessions starting March 12 will be devoted to demystifying the often misunderstood concept of branding.
Branding is an expensive and tedious process and Vincent Lee, one of the facilitators at the OIC-BA, aims to empower start-up and small business owners with five key questions to get branding done right from the get-go.
“I am looking forward to meeting the many aspiring Black/African American business leaders who want to do their part in making an impact in the society,” Vincent said.
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Vincent Lee. Author, Brand Strategist, and Coach
For the past 20 years, Vincent has straddled life and work between Singapore and Oklahoma City. Along the way, he has shown clients on several continents how they can become the master of their brand and move their company into space traditionally taken by huge corporations. As an author of an upcoming book “One Game Changer to Boost Your Business. Use the B.R.A.N.D.™ System to Go Deeper so can you Go Further”, Vincent continues to be a brand evangelist and advocate for his clients, while also devoting his time towards inspiring young minds to uncover and define their brand in life.