Building a Better International Brand: Virtual Experiences
Leverage the expertise of our Guest Presenters
1:00 PM CDT / 2:00 PM EDT
Having an engaging brand is pivotal to connecting with potential buyers worldwide. This workshop will explore the dynamics of strategically creating Immersive Virtual Experiences to level up your organization, set your brand apart, and help connect with your consumers. We'll examine some of the variations of Virtual Experiences as well as how, and when, to position them for the best ROI.
Join us as we continue our Building a Better International Brand series with ‘Virtual Experiences’.
Don't have time to sit down and attend the live webinar? All registrants will receive access to a recording of the event, be sure to register so you can access the recording.
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Guest Speaker Bio
Randy Boerema, Lake FX Media
From building nonprofit programs to launching Lake FX Media, Randy is both an entrepreneur and storyteller at heart. He loves working with his Lake FX Media team to develop branding and tell cinematic stories that make a difference. From the local food pantry to filming at the Super Bowl, he loves working alongside a diverse set of clients from around the country. Outside of work he loves to spend time going on adventures, writing, and spending life with his wife and three amazing children.
Our educational webinars provide up-to-date exporter intelligence regarding specific markets, logistics, trade financing, documentation, how to meet and follow-up with international buyers, and much more.
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