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Brand management and communication

   
Develop the skills you need to manage your brands, get them out there and keep them future-proof by joining the 4-day programme ‘Brand Management & Communication’.

Valeria Lymar

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VALERIA LYMAR
Product Manager
Marketing, Operations & Supply Chain
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T + 32 16 24 88 49  

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