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Your small business could garner a $30,000 branding and communications package as part of a prize package in a unique contest

Your small business could garner a $30,000 branding and communications package as part of a prize package in a unique contest.The contest — open to Canadian businesses less than five years in operation from the fashion, lifestyle and beauty industries — is sponsored by the BIBit partners, which includes include Kate Engineer, marketing strategist and owner of BIB Marketing and PR Management; Andra Ford, interior stylist and owner of RE:Style Studio; Bruno Marsala, director and owner of HD Media Creations; and Jared Tapscott, web designer and owner of Razor Edge Labs.“ The goal is to positively impact the future for another small business by providing them with the necessary expertise, guidance, exposure and branding tools to excel in their industry!” said Ford.The grand prize includes: a six-month public relations management contract, a media event hosted at the RE:Style Studio and a branding consultation; a fully produced 90 second HD video and a fully customized website and a website strategy consultation.The official contest website is www.bibit.ca and entries are closed July 16 . The winning business will be announced Aug. 2 .

 

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