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Progressive Retail | Paul Potratz | The Importance Of Branding Your Company

Today on Progressive Retail Cory Mosley interviews Paul Potratz, COO of digital marketing agency Potratz. They discuss the importance of branding your company as well as creating user experiences for your customers.
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Progressive Retail | Brad Barnett, Partner at TagRail

On the Premier of Progressive Retail,Cory Mosley interviews Brad Barnett, Partner at TagRail

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