The following faculty members will be involved in 'Brand Management & Communication':

Frank Goedertier

Prof Frank Goedertier, Professor of Marketing at Vlerick Business School.

Frank Goedertier is an expert in Brand Management and Marketing Communications. In his recent work he concentrates on developing theories to successfully engage in branding in the digital age and in developing simple marketing tactics to efficiently communicate in an information overload era.

Steven Van Belleghem

Prof Steven Van Belleghem, Expert in Social media and conversation management at his own consulting company B-Conversational.

Steven is also author of the books "De Conversation Manager" and "De Conversation Company".

 Geert Vanhees Geert Vanhees, Managing Partner at 4Growth, has extensive expertise in brand positioning exercises.
Geert Van Aelst

Geert Van Aelst, Marketing Manager at Tiense Suiker.

Geert has the privilege of being responsible for a top brand in Belgium and is happy to share his insights on how to build a strong and innovative brand.

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