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GDC Manitoba Presents "Design for Business: BRANDING MADE SIMPLE

The Manitoba Chapter of the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada (GDC) is proud to present Design for Business, an effort to build awareness of graphic design, and its essential role in business and society. // WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2011, 12-1 PM // $20, LUNCH INCLUDED // MILLENNIUM LIBRARY, 251 DONALD STREET (ANHANG ROOM, 2ND FLOOR) BRANDING MADE SIMPLE GDC Manitoba presents the third installment in our series of Design For Business lunchtime speaker sessions, on Wednesday, September 21. Join us, as our guest presenter Carson Samson (CGD) helps break down the myths and misconceptions of branding for small business. He will explain how proper branding can help elevate your business’ profile and will take us through: 1. The importance of having a logo 2. How to distinguish the difference between a logo and a brand 3. How typography, colour and language can be an effective part of brand identity A graduate of the University of Manitoba (Bachelor of Fine Arts, Honours), Carson began working as a graphic designer in 1999. In 2005, he launched Samson Design Studios, surrounding himself with a talented circle of professionals and innovative minds. He provides full-tilt creative catered to your business, whatever the size, scope, model or focus. Register here to reserve your spot at this event! http://www.gdc.net/about/store/product_category1/product142.php

Where:

Millennium Library

251 Donald St.

When:

Wednesday, September 21, 2011 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

What:

Theatre & Arts > Lectures

Neighbourhood:

Centre

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