As we get ever closer to this year’s fantastic ASDIE conference, we’ve just found time for one more episode of the podcast previewing the day and another special interview with one of the speakers.
Don’t forget, if you want to attend ASDIE but just haven’t got round to booking your ticket yet, we can actually help you save money – head over to natives.group/ASDIE and use the code POD10 when booking, to save yourself 10%.
Anyway, for this final ASDIE preview episode my guest is Justin Pace from the International School of Management.
The focus of Justin’s session at ASDIE is on brand, which is, unsurprisingly, what we chat about in this episode. How should you approach a rebrand? How valuable is a University’s brand in 2018? And who in the sector has the strongest brand?
Justin Pace is a marketing and communications consultant with the International School of Management (ISM) in Paris. You can find him on LinkedIn.
One good reason to come to ASDIE and check out Justin’s session
My goal is that any higher education professional that works in marketing – or any place in an institution – will be able to use my pieces of advice and actually apply them to their own rebranding or other communications initiatives they might have at their institution.
5 apps on your phone you use the most
Google Suites, Hotels Tonight, Podcasts, City Mapper and FaceTime.
4 people you’d like to invite round for dinner
Adele, Amal Clooney, Ru Paul and Michelle Obama.
3 words to describe what it’s like working for Google
Challenging, rewarding and engaging.
2 places/events in the world you’d really love to visit but haven’t been able to yet
Iceland and backpacking through South America.
1 social media platform you love more than any of the others
Thanks to #ASDIE18
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