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Build a brand that makes you money

Build a brand that makes you money


Build a brand that makes you money


Want to attract more customers and boost your profits? Learn how a powerful brand can make it happen!

Your brand is your company’s X factor and your ticket to making your business unforgettable. But what are the steps you need to take to build a strong brand that people remember, buy, and tell others about?


This free workshop, kindly brought to you by Muritai Group, will show you how to turn your brand into one that stands out from your competition. Through interactive exercises and discussions, you will:


  • Discover the secrets of strong brands: Why they matter and how to build one.
  • Identify your ideal customers: Who are you trying to reach?
  • Uncover your unique value: What makes you stand out from the crowd?
  • Develop a compelling message: Tell your story in a way that resonates.
  • Uncover your big idea – your core brand concept – that has the power to lift your brand from good to great.


This workshop is perfect for businesses and non-profits struggling to stand out in today’s crowded marketplace. It is also recommended to attend Smart Marketing for Busy Business Owners as part two of this series of workshops.


About your presenter

Lee Retimana



  • Founder of Muritai Group: Business owner who knows first-hand the challenges of growing a business
  • Chief Marketer & Brand Strategist: Over 30 years of experience in branding and marketing across various industries and for SMEs and Mid-Sized Companies.
  • MBA (Distinction), Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing UK: Proven expertise and leadership in the field.
  • Actively involved in academia: Shares her knowledge and guides future marketers.


Workshop Feedback

“The pace and length of the presentation worked well. Lee was personable and knows her stuff.”

“It was very helpful to get a basic understanding of the difference between marketing and branding. That alone going forward, helps me in my business understand what to put out into the market.”

“Good content and given the timeframe, a very comprehensive coverage.”

“Lots of good energy and enthusiasm for the subject. Also, she was a mine of knowledge, so we got a sense she really knew the subject.”

“Great energy. Knowledgeable on subject matter. Engaged feedback from the group. I liked some of the activities – particularly values expressed in verbs and the questions to articulate your ‘big idea’”



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