Best Practices for Building Your Brand in the "New Normal"
Recorded On: 07/09/2020
Learn how to jumpstart your marketing and communications efforts to align with the “new normal” and discover why “healthy” is the best branding now. Hear about the latest techniques and trends in branding your building to increase tenant comfort and attract new tenants in a changed workplace environment. Presenters will walk through tips that enable you to most effectively target – and help retain – tenants in today’s wellness-focused world. Presenters will pull from real-life experience building confidence regarding indoor environments as part of the “new normal.”
Director of Marketing, Trane Technologies
Leigh holds a Master of Science degree in integrated marketing communications from West Virginia University and a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from Penn State University. Long passionate about buildings, she also earned a minor in architecture at Penn State University.
Sustainability Programs Leader, Trane Technologies
Ben serves as a market intelligence provider and trainer in linking internal sustainability initiatives to competitive product and service positioning to support the enhancement of value propositions for sales and marketing teams across all brands. His recent efforts have led to the release of the company’s first integrated ESG Report for 2018, and played a role in the establishment of Trane Technologies 2030 Sustainability Commitments, which include such targets as carbon neutral operations and the single largest industrial commitment to reduce scope 3 (product related) emissions by 1 gigaton. Ben will also be leading an internal ‘Design for Circularity’ council to determine the company’s role in the coming Circular Economy. Trane Technologies (formally ‘Ingersoll Rand’) received the World Environment Center’s 2019 gold medal award for international sustainable development and is the only industrial company listed to both the World and North America Dow Jones Sustainability Indices for the past 9 years.
Ben holds an undergraduate degree in manufacturing engineering from Boston University as well as a Sustainable Innovation Master’s in Business Administration degree from the University of Vermont. Prior to working with Ingersoll Rand, Ben provided sustainable business development consulting support to PepsiCo in Latin America and spent many years as an entrepreneur founding and managing sales and marketing training franchises in the gulf coast region of the southern United States.