Our next Brighton event

Wednesday 13th December

Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront 12.00 Noon - 14.00- Brighton


Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

Presenter - Phil Strachan - Strangebrew

Topic - The Importance Of Thinking Brand รข Not Bland

This month's seminar is being presented by Phil Strachan from Strangebrew. Phil Strachan is a brand man through and through. He almost uniquely combines 14 years Client-side experience managing premium brands for blue chip multinationals with 26 years of Consultancy-side experience creating, refreshing and revitalising brands for Clients of all shapes and sizes.

In his presentation Phil will cover how to stand out from the crowd in today's competitive markets by thinking Brand - not bland. Phil says,"I will emphasise the importance of not becoming lost and ending up drowning in a sea of sameness, and of avoiding just jumping on the proverbial 'blandwagon' and risking becoming the bland that time forgot".

Phil will emphasise the importance of not being the same as everyone else in your category or market and of standing out from the crowd for all the right reasons - and how he can deliver what he calls London quality Branding, Identity and Design - but, being a Scotsman himself,"at Glasgow prices!"


Members - £36.00 - Book Here

Non Members - £42.50 - Book Here

Come and join us at


Wednesday 13th December

Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront 12.00 Noon - 14.00

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