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Episode #152: Brand Authenticity in the Age of Technology, with Rob Harles

Grad Conn

August 4, 2021  •  1 min read

Your brand is not what you say it is. Your brand is what your customers think it is. And that’s built on experiences, including purchasing, support, and customer care. In part 2 of my discussion with Rob Harles we talk about our unhealthy obsession with scale, and why we need to spend more time listening, engaging, and communicating with our brand communities.

Rob Harles is the Global Lead for Modern & Emerging Channels for Accenture Interactive. You can find him on LinkedIn or Twitter.

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