Rebranding a City: Lessons Learned Along the Way
Date: Friday, Apr. 20, 2018 Time: 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Location: Regional District of Fraser-Fort George, Boardroom, Prince George
Join us to learn how the City of Quesnel recently revamped its brand on Friday, April 20 from 12 noon to 1:30pm. The re-branding initiative included developing a new brand strategy, visual identity and tone of voice, brand guidelines, messaging matrix, and communications plan.
Amy Reid, the City’s Economic Development Officer, will share her experience and key lessons learned.
About the Speaker
Amy Reid is the Economic Development Officer for the City of Quesnel. In the past five years in this role, Amy’s projects have ranged from a successful healthcare professional recruitment campaign (15 new doctors in 18 months!), to a regional trails master plan, to an airport business plan, to rebranding the City and rebuilding the corporate website. Every day is different in the economic development world.
Originally from the Toronto area, Amy spent time living in New Zealand, China, and Thailand before landing in Quesnel 10 years ago. In her spare time, Amy enjoys running, cross country skiing, and exploring with her partner and two dogs.
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