For whom?

The programme 'Brand Management & Communication' is targeted towards:

  • Brand Managers
  • Professionals responsible for Marketing Communication
  • Brand, Service or Marketing Managers in a (medium) large company or growing SME
  • Retail or Category Managers in distribution, looking to negotiate on an equal footing with manufacturers
  • Account Executives or Account Directors in an advertising or promotion agency.
  • Market Researchers or Marketing Consultants who like to keep their finger on the pulse

In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like AVEVE, Belgische Keursslagers, Boondoggle, Belnet, BKCP, Carslberg, Colruyt, Decathlon, Delta Lloyd Bank, FOD Personeel en Organisatie, Isabel, Media Mania, Oracle, Provincie Antwerpen, Samsung, Sanoma Media, Reynaers Aluminium, Rode Kruis Vlaanderen, Vitamed, Volvo.

This programme has been followed by Brand Managers, Marketing Managers, Professionals in Communication, Professionals from Advertising or Media Agency’s, CEO’s from SME’s,…

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