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Branding Roundtable 6

Verbal Branding

Summary

The definition of “a brand” is perhaps most frequently misunderstood as simply a logo, a visual identity – the face – of a product, service or organization. But, as our latest Branding Roundtable participants point out, a brand starts out being defined by words, and goes on to live in an inseparably visual-verbal world.

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