We just received a copy of Fiona Humberstone’s new book, Brand Brilliance, which we are featured in!
The book is absolutely stunning, with solid content about branding for the modern entrepreneur.
Bestselling author and branding expert Fiona Humberstone will take you on a comprehensive journey.
Fiona will help you to define your dream clients, refine your message and up your marketing game. This book will bring substance and clarity to your brand, bring into focus the things that really matter and enable you to communicate with flair and intention. All in her trademark inspirational, practical and easy-to-implement style.
Expect to feel empowered, inspired and energized!
We think photographers, graphic designers, event planners, artists and all creatives will absolutely adore this stunning book.
And a big thank you to Fiona for featuring Design Aglow~
Our team needs a second Customer Service & Design/Production Assistant for our Portland/downtown Lake Oswego office who can thrive in a fast paced, entrepreneurial environment. You should have excellent communication skills, be able to juggle several different jobs at the same time, and be able to make decisions on the fly. Full time or part time option.
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