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Brand id | Strategic Partners Hosts Monthly Workshop; Teaches Area Entrepreneurs To Own Their Personal Brand
Date:5/8/2013

Columbia, MD (PRWEB) May 08, 2013

Brand id | Strategic Partners, a full service personal branding agency, will host its second monthly workshop at the Oakland Manor entitled “If You Are So Great, How Come No One Knows Who You Are?” on May 15, 2013 from 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Jennifer Ransaw Smith, CEO of Brand id | Strategic Partners conducts these monthly programs designed to provide step-by-step strategies for elevating the entrepreneur’s profile in the industry. Participants will learn how to build an effective platform to leverage their skills and talents so they are no longer their industry’s best kept secret.

"I conduct this workshop all over the country. I am thrilled to be able to offer it right here in my back yard. So many entrepreneurs are stuck. Their time is spent trying to land the next big client--or any client for that matter. They often find themselves spinning their wheels and exhausted. But they haven't put in the time or done the work to get really clear about who they are. We are going to share strategies they can walk away with and use immediately. This seminar is packed with high content and they are literally going to be blown away with what we can accomplish in 90 minutes,” says Ransaw Smith.

Called a True Visionary by her clients, Jennifer is on a mission to empower her clients and audiences by providing them with effective strategies that can be implemented immediately to make significant changes in how they are currently being perceived.

Brand id | Strategic Partners helps both individuals and small corporations transform from unknown to known. Brand id offers a multi-disciplinary approach to brand elevation including brand strategy, results-driven media and public relations, high-level social media, marketing communications, book publications and image elevation.

The workshop will be held at Oakland Manor in the Library on the third Wednesday of each mon
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