FIR On Strategy with Andrea Vascellari, Episode 15: March 27, 2014
In this episode, we will understand what are the most common mistakes made when defining objectives, how to actually define your objectives, I’ll give you some examples and at the end I will share also some tips based on my experience that I’m sure you will find valuable.
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Andrea Vascellari is an award-winning digital marketing consultant and keynote speaker in the online communications industry.
With over 15 years of professional experience and a deep understanding of marketing and communications, including public and media relations, Andrea helps his clients integrate new technologies and social media communication into their organizations by building dynamic relationships with shareholders and other key audiences.
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