Grant Thornton commissions Media Bounty to deliver brand identity workshops for businesses growth

Grant Thornton is one of the world's largest professional services networks.

Grant Thornton, one of the world's largest professional services networks of independent accounting and consulting firms, has commissioned Media Bounty to deliver a series of Brand Identity workshops through the brand’s G Growth Programme for leaders of small businesses.

The G Growth Programme works with dynamic business leaders to support them in achieving rapid but sustainable growth, as well as driving results and creating space for them to share and connect.

Brand identity is a key challenge for rapidly growing SMEs trying to differentiate from the competition. The workshops are designed to provide a shortcut to enable businesses to clearly communicate their vision, values and purpose through their brand. They will take delegates on a journey through listening and insights, building a strategy, measuring impact and then critically, making it happen.

Karen Lawrence of Grant Thornton’s G Growth Programmes said: “Establishing a credible brand is a high priority for companies looking to scale up their business. We’re delighted to be working with Media Bounty to help clients achieve this.”

Jake Dubbins, managing director of Media Bounty and workshop lead said: “We were stoked to be asked to lead this workshop by the Grant Thornton team. I truly believe that the G Growth Programme will give small business leaders that critical edge in driving their business forward in uncertain times. I wish we were part of it when we started 9 years ago!”

Media Bounty works with household name brands to achieve long-term brand growth through social media. Their clients include Bodyform, Heinz, Boots and Seriously Cheddar.

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