Webinar • Creating Branded Marketing Materials

Join us each month for our “Fundy Designer Storyteller Webinar Series.” The series features the absolute best photographers in the world!
 
This month, Fundy Storyteller Michael Anthony of Studio 23 Photography joins us live. Based out of Los Angeles, Michael will be talking about creating branded marketing materials. In particular, Michael will talk about why creating branded marketing materials is so crucial. Not only does it cause growth. Really, it is also the foundation for the success of your photography business. As well, he’ll discuss how his studio uses Fundy Designer. Fundy is the source for creating their branded marketing materials.
 
 
 
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According to Michael, “you need to design a brand suite that consists of a logo, colors, and fonts.”
 
As well, you also need to have a solid understanding of your target demographic. Michael will chat with us about that too. The importance of focusing your efforts on your audience is key. Overall, you have to constantly be thinking: “where do they shop, where do they work, etc.?”
 
 
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There are several reasons why Michael and Studio 23 Photography utilize Fundy Designer. Specifically, Michael loves that “everything can be included into a single project.”
 
“Fundy is a consistent, easy application: photographs for blogs, album design, save the date cards, and even gallery wall previews.”
 
Of course, you’re not going to want to miss this one. So click the “Register Here” at the top. And join us for this free webinar!
 
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To see more of Michael’s work, check out his website. Additionally, you can connect with him via his social media channels. You can also check him out on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest