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Branding & Marketing: Why Both Are Crucial – Outstanding Branding

While branding and marketing are both very important to the success of your business, they are very different. All companies must sell in some way, even if you are a non-profit organisation. Your marketing and branding strategies play a huge part in how you sell not only your product but the image of your company.

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Personnel Changes at CEG

Corporate Executive Gifts are pleased to announce the recruitment of Alban Fennessey as Sales & Production Executive. Meanwhile, they also bid a fond farewell to Lee Thompson who has served the company well in his capacity as Sales Manager for the past decade.

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Moleskine Special Offer – SPS

For every Moleskine order over £1,000, between now and August 31st, SPS will enter your details into a prize draw to win a weekend for 2 in Milan! As they are also feeling extra generous, for every order over £2,500 they will send you a FREE Moleskine Smart Writing Set!

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Obituary – Hans Hohner

The advertising industry across the world mourns the loss of Hans Michael Höhner, the General Manager and owner of Klio Eterna who died unexpectedly on Sunday, April 9, 2017 at the age of 57.

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Sweet Temptations Gets Naked

Promotional confectionery specialists, Sweet Temptations introduce a new range of NAKED confectionery products. The new collection is ideal for those with food allergies, intolerances and specific dietary requirements.

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OB is Proud Sponsor of the PwC Ride the Nation Cycling Challenge

Outstanding Branding is part of an elite group of global brands who will be sponsoring PwC’s Ride the Nation Cycling Challenge in May 2017. The challenge, which began in 2015, raised over $150,000 for local charities with more than 700 PwC employees cycling over 2,700 miles across the United Kingdom – from Aberdeen to Plymouth and the Channel Islands and Northern Ireland.

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