Find Your Wow: Bring Your B2B Brand to Life
Live webinar with DeSantis Breindel and the authors of Woo, Wow, and Win, the award-winning book on service design.
Thursday, May 4, 2017
9:00am PT | 12:00pm ET
A great B2B brand can woo clients, but only a great experience can wow them. And experience doesn’t happen by accident. Using service design, you can deliver experiences that maximize the value of your brand, accelerate growth, and win both repeat business and new clients. Join us for an exclusive live webinar on Thursday May 4 at 12PM ET to learn how to build the wow into every interaction with your clients.
In this hour-long, interactive session, you will learn how to:
- Apply the five principles of service design and delivery to embed your brand throughout the organization
- Identify critical client interactions – the moments that can make or break your brand
- Find your “Road to Ahhh” – the path that translates your brand into client delight and loyalty
- Use service design to strengthen marketing’s role in innovation and its impact along the entire client journey
Act fast! Sign up now for the chance to win a free copy of the book.
We bring this to you in collaboration with Thomas A. Stewart and Patricia O’Connell, authors of the acclaimed new book Woo, Wow, and Win.
About the Presenters
Lynne is the Managing Director, Strategy for DeSantis Breindel, where she leads branding and marketing strategy engagements for companies in financial services, technology, professional services, and health care. She has worked with companies such as AT&T, Allstate, Synchrony Financial, Transamerica, Kemper, Newmont Mining and Mayo Clinic.
Thomas A. Stewart
Tom is the executive director of the National Center for the Middle Market. He has served as chief marketing and knowledge officer for consulting firm Booz & Company (now Strategy&) and editor and managing director of Harvard Business Review. He was also a member of the Board of Editors of Fortune magazine.
Patricia is president of Aerten Consulting and the co-author of the New York Times bestseller How Excellent Companies Avoid Dumb Things: Breaking the Eight Hidden Barriers that Plague Even the Best Businesses and a twelve-year veteran of BloombergBusinessweek.com, where she served as news editor and management editor.