[Video] Developing Your Marketing Crisis Plan with Speaker Aleya Harris

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Crisis management is about having and executing a plan. Photo cred: ridvan_celik/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Aleya Harris's a Le Cordon Bleu trained chef, is no stranger to the stress and demands of the job. She also happens to be an award-winning and data-driven marketing strategist, so she knows how to help position your business and brand in times of crisis.

She has been running a series on her channel helping caterers, wedding planners, and event professionals to weather this pandemic storm and come out on the other side stronger. Aleya realizes many of her clients might feel stuck right now and addresses how to develop a marketing foundation that paves a path forward.

Check out her "Navigating Through A Crisis" below to get a foundation handling this crisis with proven marketing and business growth strategies.
 

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