Is Your Brand Dead?
Guest: Cassandra Giovanni, Marketing Manager at Savings Institute Bank and Trust Company
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Topic: Is Your Brand Dead?
A company is essentially defined by its brand. What do people think when they see your logo or hear your name? Knowing your brand and creating an emotional connection with your customers are as important as having competitive products—in fact, they fuel your ability to create competitive products. In a recent ABA Bank Marketing.com article, Cassandra Giovanni, head of Marketing for Savings Institute Bank and Trust Company, a $1.6 billion in assets Connecticut bank, wrote that following shiny objects is a sign your brand might be dead. Does it matter? Because what does a brand get you?
About Cassandra Giovanni
Cassandra is the marketing manager at Savings Institute Bank and Trust Company based out of Willimantic, Connecticut. She spearheaded the rebranding of the Bank to help establish a brand culture that strongly resonates with the bank’s core and future demographics, both internally and externally, in Rhode Island and Connecticut with proven measurable results. Cassandra also continues to successfully grow the social media presence of Savings Institute Bank and Trust Company and is the lead in product development of innovative solutions for the Bank. Cassandra was recently recognized as one of American Banker Association’s ‘Banking Brand Experts.’
Cassandra is also the author of several Amazon Best Selling fiction novels. You can reach Cassandra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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