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29: ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: How to Build a Values-Based Brand ( Feat. Lana Marshall)

Episode 29

In this special episode, Trust Relations is celebrating four years in business!

Join us as we kick off year five with an in-depth discussion about brand values, featuring a guest host appearance from our Chief Operations Officer, Lana Marshall! As CEO & Founder of TR, April White shares some agency news with a look at our newly-revised core company values. April and Lana also discuss what a “values-based approach” means for brands today, with advice to help any business owner uncover the right core tenants to guide their brand toward long-term success. They’re sharing actionable advice, team member memories and tips for brand leaders and agency owners to navigate business ownership in the era of transparency, corporate responsibility and workplace culture revolution.

Thank you for being along for the ride as we build TR into the agency of the future – and beyond!

AGENCY NEWS:

Read about our brand values on the Trust Weekly blog.

JOIN THE TEAM:

Apply to join our team of Trust Builders here.

WORK WITH US:

Reach out to our business development team here.

 

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Welcome to Trust Relations: The Podcast! April White is the founder of Trust Relations PR agency, and Hamish Anderson is our resident marketing expert. Together, they’re the dynamic duo with all the right skills to take on the biggest topics in news, media and integrated marketing. Join us every two weeks, as we help you learn from the marketing mistakes that make headlines — or sink brands.