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The powerful concept behind unified branding

● The Talent Brand is a go-to reference guide on the essentials of branding ● Jody Ordioni explains common mistakes even seasoned business owners make that dilute their brand and have costly consequences


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In her role as President of BRANDEMiX, Jody creates brand-aligned workforce communications that connect employees to cultures, companies and business goals. Her client list includes brand such as Avon, New York Life, Cerebral Palsy of NYS, and Cablevision.

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