Award-winning brand strategist Valentina Gomez Bravo has found amazing success blending creativity and business during her 17-year career. Yet, it hasn’t always been easy. This week, Valentina joins me to chat about the challenging moments of her career, from leaving a beloved business due to injury, to moving her branding agency, Bunker 58, to an entirely new country during a time of political strife.
In this episode, we’ll cover:
Why Valentina decided to create a branding firm to service small businesses
Valentina’s courageous and difficult decision to bring her life and business to the US from Venezuela
The steps that Bunker 58 takes to educate their digital branding clients about infringement mistakes
Why your brand is never too small to avoid infringement allegations
The benefits of building a multi-national team
Valentina’s nightmare experience when she found out that her speaking presentation had been stolen, graphics and all, by a competitor
Why working with an attorney was not nearly as scary as she originally thought it would be
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The Legalpreneur Podcast is advertising/marketing material. It is not legal advice. Please consult with your attorney on these topics. Copyright Andrea Sager Law 2020