Six Degrees Society SF Presents How to Bring Your Brand to Life with BLØW Branding

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Event Title: Six Degrees Society SF Presents How to Bring Your Brand to Life with BLØW Branding

What's Happening:
Every interaction with your audience is a chance to make your brand stronger—but how do you capitalize on that chance? In this session, you'll learn how to build connections and become unforgettable with powerful communications and marketing initiatives that showcase your brand's character.

Curated Matches:
Before we sit down for our programming each guest will get 2 curated 15 minute connections handpicked just for them based on bios submitted pre-event here . Or you can make sure to update your profile in your app with your most recent bio or email with a copy.

Tuesday, April 23rd

Secret SF Location
San Francisco, CA

$35, free for Six Degrees Society members

About Corin Camenisch:
Corin is a Switzerland native who is always on-brand—she loves Toblerone and snow, and currently serves as Swatch’s pro-bono, self-appointed US ambassador. Over the past 8 years, after her studies in Business Administration, she’s created award-winning advertising and breakthrough strategies as a brand and retail manager for IKEA and Migros, Switzerland’s largest retail company.

With her passion to learn and explore more, she recently pursued her Masters in Branding at the School of Visual Arts in New York, where she also got to know her fellow 3 co-founders of the branding and marketing studio; BLØW. When not at work, she loves to travel to foreign places, hunting for the best food, the coziest cafes and the weirdest neighborhoods.

Cancellation Policy: We have a 12 hour cancellation policy for our events, please cancel directly in the app otherwise you will not receive a refund.


Exact Location Will Be Updated Closer To The Event , Secret SF Location

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