Claim Ownership

Author:

Subscribed: 0Played: 0
Share

Description

 Episodes
Reverse
Ivan Bell is Group Manager Director & CEO at Stranger & Stranger, one of the leading firms in the field of alcoholic beverage packagingFor the past 23+ years, he has worked alongside Kevin Shaw, founder of Stranger & Stranger, in building the award-winning packaging consultancy. He oversees design from their locations in London, New York and San Francisco.Ivan also regularly serves as a jury member to trade and international design awards and undertakes speaking engagements on the power of good design.In this episode, we talk about how to create an unmistakable brand identity. Ivan also shares the keys to Stranger & Stranger's creative process and explains how to find the harmony between creativity and commerciality when it comes to big established brands.Resources:Ivan BellStranger & StrangerKraken RumFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favourite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Mauro Porcini is PepsiCo's first-ever Chief Design Officer. He joined the food & beverage corporation in 2012 where he is infusing design thinking into PepsiCo’s culture.Mauro is leading a new approach to innovation by design that impacts the company’s product platforms and brands, which include Pepsi, Lay’s, Mountain Dew, Gatorade, Sodastream, Doritos, Lifewtr, Bubly, Aquafina, Cheetos, Quaker, 7Up, Mirinda, amongst many others.His focus extends from physical to virtual expressions of the brands, including product, packaging, events, advertising, fashion and art collaborations, retail activation, architecture, and digital media.In this episode, we talk about his book, The Human Side of Innovation. The Power of People in Love with People. Mauro shares lessons on innovation, design and leadership. He also charts the path that individuals and businesses will have to follow to thrive in the future, unleash creative energies, and create a better world.Mauro is the host of his own successful video podcast “In your shoes - with Mauro Porcini” where he interviews inspiring personalities from the creative community worldwide.Resources:Mauro PorciniPepsiCo Design + InnovationThe Human Side of Innovation. The Power of People in Love with PeopleIn Your Shoes PodcastFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favourite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Jeremy Lindley is the Global Design Director at Diageo, the world's leading premium drinks business.Jeremy is responsible for transforming the Design capability and output of Diageo’s current brands and new products worldwide. He is passionate about the impact Design has on business performance and the way Design Thinking leads to breakthrough ideas wherever it is applied. Jeremy’s standout projects include Johnnie Walker Blue Label, Tanqueray 10, and the Johnnie Walker Brand Home in Edinburgh.In this episode, we talk about the revolution of inclusive design, that leads to better work and improved business outcomes. Jeremy explains why by including those previously excluded from the creative industry we will see an explosion of creativity. And he shares what are the biggest mistakes brands make when redesigning their brands and packaging.Prior to joining Diageo Jeremy was Head of Design for Tesco, responsible for the portfolio of 19,000 private label products and for leading the Store Formats and Design teams. His early career was as a Freelance Designer and University Lecturer.Jeremy is a Cannes Lions and TEDx speaker. He is Chair of the Design Business Association, a member of the Design Commission advising the UK government on design policy and a visiting Lecturer at INSEEC Business School.Resources:Jeremy LindleyDiageoJohnnie Walker Princes Street Brand Home ProjectFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favourite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
To deep dive into packaging & podcasting, today the guest is me, Hernán Braberman, and the host is Craig Constantine.Craig has been an Internet entrepreneur for twenty-five years and is currently the voice behind the Movers Mindset and Podcaster Community podcasts. His vision is a world where everyone can flourish. Craig´s mission is to create better conversations to spread understanding and compassion. In the Podcaster Community, he made a place where podcasters can share and amplify their enthusiasm for the art of podcasting.This episode discusses the parallels between podcast cover art design and packaging. I also share my view on podcasting.Resources:Craig ConstantineMovers MindsetPodcaster CommunitytridimageHernán Brabermantridimage InstagramPacknew Blogtridimage Facebooktridimage YouTubeFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favourite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Luciano Cassisi es un experto argentino en identificación marcaria, creador de FOROALFA, profesor de la Universidad de Buenos Aires y, sobre todo, polemista profesional.Luciano dirige su propio estudio, Cassisi Branding y habitualmente dicta conferencias, seminarios y talleres sobre branding en universidades y congresos de diseño en diversos países de Latinoamérica. Comparte sus ideas por medio de artículos en FOROALFA y videos en su canal de YouTube, desde donde promueve la reflexión y el debate en torno al diseño, el branding y la comunicación.En este episodio conversamos acerca de las características particulares que tienen las marcas producto que las diferencian de las marcas corporativas. También me explicó por qué cree que las marcas gráficas no son mensajes sino elementos para firmar mensajes. Además me confesó porque la palabra diseñador no lo enorgullece mucho.Links Relevantes:ForoAlfaCanal de YouTubeCassisi BrandingLuciano Cassisi LinkedInSeguinos:Website de BRANDERMANInstagram de BRANDERMANLinkedIn de Hernán BrabermanMi agencia de diseño de packaging TRIDIMAGEBlog PACKNEWSuscribite:Suscribite a BRANDERMAN en tu App de Podcast favorita para no perderte ninguno de nuestros próximos episodios. Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
¿Qué define a un diseñador estratégico de packaging? Beatriz Suárez y Miguel Ángel del Baño son co-fundadores del estudio de diseño MABA de Murcia, España.Beatriz es Directora de Estrategia en MABA, desde donde dirige proyectos de branding y packaging para productos de consumo. Bea Se formó en psicología y diseño, y es máster en neuromarketing y jurado en los Pentawards.Miguel Angel es Director Creativo del estudio, donde gestiona y desarrolla proyectos desde la conceptualización hasta la ejecución gráfica.Ambos son también docentes y dirigen el Máster Online de Diseño Estratégico de Packaging en Labasad.En este episodio conversamos acerca de la formación de las nuevas generaciones de diseñadores de packaging. También me contaron por qué creen que los diseñadores debemos preguntar más y asumir menos. Además nos divertimos mucho en el estreno del ping-pong de preguntas de BRANDERMAN.Links Relevantes:MABAInstagram MABAMáster Online de Diseño Estratégico LabasadBeatriz Suárez LinkedInMiguel Ángel del Baño LinkedInSeguinos:Website de BRANDERMANInstagram de BRANDERMANLinkedIn de Hernán BrabermanMi agencia de diseño de packaging TRIDIMAGEBlog PACKNEWSuscribite:Suscribite a BRANDERMAN en tu App de Podcast favorita para no perderte ninguno de nuestros próximos episodios. Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Anne Miltenburg is a Dutch brand developer who has dedicated her career leveraging the power of 'brand' to advance ideas, products and services for social and environmental change. After a storied career as a designer, strategist and creative director at world renowned agencies Studio Dumbar, Lava and Interbrand, Anne left the agency world to found BrandThechange, an educational organization that trains changemakers in brand thinking skills from Nairobi, Kenya.The tools and brand resources that Anne and her team create for their learners are made available to all, such as Brand The Change, the guidebook, and the Brand Thinking Canvas. In this episode, she tells me why she decided to found an education company instead of an agency to address branding for social change. She also explains why we should separate purpose-marketing from purpose-led brands. Anne also shares what has living in Africa taught her about branding and designAnne's writing has appeared in Forbes, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Eye, amongst others. Besides her roles as CEO of Brand The Change, she is a consultant to African social impact brands like Internet of Elephants, Shujaaz Inc, and Flutterwave.Resources:Brand the ChangeBrand the Change, the BookCourseFacilitator SupportInstagramLinkedInMediumFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favourite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Adam Ryan is a British designer and currently Head of Pentawards, the most prestigious global packaging design competition.Adam joined the Pentawards team in February of 2017.He studied Graphic Design at London College of Printing before becoming a fashion designer and creative consultant for several international brands which include: Westfields, Diesel, Kurt Geiger and Lexus.In this episode, we discuss the challenges and opportunities he faces while managing the world's most recognized packaging design competition. He also tells me what he has learned from producing the first Pentawards trends report and shares with me why we need to create a Sustainable Valley for packaging.Adam has a wealth of experience across various industries which include Fashion, Design, Branding, Marketing and Events.He has many packaging design articles published with the likes of Creative Review, It’s Nice That and Campaign.He is also one of the main contributors to The Package Design Book series published by Taschen.Resources:PentawardsCompetitionTrend ReportJury PanelFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favourite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
La relación entre el envase y la experiencia del consumidor es lo que hace de una marca y un producto un verdadero referente en el mercado. Es por eso que los Premios Internacionales Latampack buscan el reconocimiento internacional a la industria del diseño y producción de empaques en América Latina, destacando componentes como la calidad y creatividad de sus participantes.No solo tuve el honor de ser jurado de los premios Latampack sino que también tuve la oportunidad de conversar con tres de sus ganadores en el marco del Encuentro Virtual Latinoamericano de Innovación en Envases 2021 Este evento organizado por la revista El Empaque+Conversión, es un espacio de intercambio y actualización para los diferentes actores en la industria de envases y empaques en América Latina. Los invito a conocer la visión de cuatro diseñadores hispanoamericanos acerca de los retos y oportunidades del diseño de packaging en nuestra región.Links Relevantes:Premios LatampackEncuentro Virtual Latinoamericano de Innovación en EnvasesRevista El Empaque + ConversiónSeguinos:Website de BRANDERMANInstagram de BRANDERMANLinkedIn de Hernán BrabermanMi agencia de diseño de packaging TRIDIMAGEBlog PACKNEWSuscribite:Suscribite a BRANDERMAN en tu App de Podcast favorita para no perderte ninguno de nuestros próximos episodios. Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Para reflexionar sobre el pasado, el presente y el futuro del diseño, y de un diseñador de packaging, hoy el invitado soy yo, Hernán Braberman, y el anfitrión es Ariel Bohe.Ariel es comunicador, podcaster, facilitador en metodologías ágiles y fundador de Sentí Podcast, una productora y academia online de podcasting para marcas y organizaciones.En este episodio hablamos acerca de la historia de los envases y también reflexionamos sobre el presente y futuro del diseño de packaging. Finalmente conversamos acerca de algunas de las lecciones que aprendí durante más de 25 años de experiencia en el apasionante mundo de las marcas de consumo masivo y su diseño de packaging.Links Relevantes:Ariel BoheSentí PodcasttridimageLinkedIn Hernán BrabermanInstagram de tridimageBlog packnewFacebook tridimageYouTube tridimageSeguinos:Website de BRANDERMANInstagram de BRANDERMANLinkedIn de Hernán BrabermanMi agencia de diseño de packaging TRIDIMAGEBlog PACKNEWSuscribite:Suscribite a BRANDERMAN en tu App de Podcast favorita para no perderte ninguno de nuestros próximos episodios. Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Brent Lindberg is Head of Curiosity at Fuseneo, a packaging innovation, development, and prototyping firm that crosses material and process boundaries to unlock solutions that help brands succeed online and on-shelf.Brent has directed packaging design projects for Google, Disney, Starbucks, and Amazon, to name but a few.In this episode, we discuss the biggest design differences between designing retail and e-com packaging. Brent also describes the 4 P´s of Packaging Design, he shares best practices for designing e-commerce packaging and tells me why he believes designers should be material and process agnostic.Resources:Brent Lindberg LinkedInFuseneoFuseneo YouTube ChannelDisney Princesses ProjectFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favourite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Tatiana Ryfer is Head of the Branding & Visual Identity design department in Carrefour, and a member of the Pentawards jury.From Rio de Janeiro to New York and landing in Paris in 2006, Tatiana has a design career marked by an international path.Tatiana contributed to building the design culture inside Carrefour. By managing all the brand’s visual aspects, she helped create consistency through all customer’s touchpoints.In this episode, we discuss the role of packaging design in building successful private brands. She also tells me why it is important to build own brands transversally, and how sustainable packaging will take center stage in the near future.With prior experience in the Decathlon Group as Branding & Packaging Manager, Tatiana had the opportunity to create and develop some of the group’s own brands.Her former experiences were split between Brazil, where she opened her own design studio specialized in branding, signage, and packaging and became a referenced packaging teacher in one of the most renowned design schools in the country, and New York where she spent three years doing a Branding & Packaging Masters in Pratt Institute and working for design agencies.*Owner of a Lonely Heart (Yes) - acoustic fingerstyle cover by Jack IsidoreResources:Tatiana Ryfer LinkedInCarrefourFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favourite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Marketing, Branding y Diseño. Diseño, Branding y Marketing. Para entender esta trininidad, hoy, el invitado soy yo, Hernán Braberman, y el anfitrión es Raúl Diaz Miranda.Raúl es un experto peruano en gestión estratégica de marcas, un verdadero creativo del marketing y un apasionado investigador de las tendencias de consumo. Tiene estudios de marketing en la Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas y en la Escuela de Negocios ISCTE de Lisboa. Como estratega de marca y mentor, es solicitado frecuentemente para compartir sus conocimientos con empresarios y estudiantes de todo el mundo. Raúl es autor del libro “Es Puro Marketing: Una guía diferente para aprender Marketing y crear Marcas exitosas”.En este episodio analizamos cómo se está adaptando el packaging para atender las necesidades de los canales digitales y fundamentalmente al comercio electrónico. También reflexionamos sobre la situación actual del branding y del diseño de packaging en América Latina. Finalmente conversamos acerca de cómo el compromiso por la sostenibilidad está reescribiendo las reglas del diseño.Links Relevantes:Raúl Diaz MirandaEs Puro MarketingEmprendeMarcatridimageLinkedIn Hernán BrabermanInstagram de tridimageBlog packnewFacebook tridimageYouTube tridimageSeguinos:Website de BRANDERMANInstagram de BRANDERMANLinkedIn de Hernán BrabermanMi agencia de diseño de packaging TRIDIMAGEBlog PACKNEWSuscribite:Suscribite a BRANDERMAN en tu App de Podcast favorita para no perderte ninguno de nuestros próximos episodios. Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Fe Amarante is a Brazilian designer and currently Sr. Creative Director & Head of Brand Design at Danone North America.Fe has extensive experience in brand building, consumer brands, identity development, and brand world creation, alongside life skills around acting as a diplomat and interpreter between business and creative languages.In this episode, we discuss why bringing a human approach to the way creative ideas are born, nurtured, and grown is key to achieving great design solutions. She also explains why a lot of times the design logic doesn’t follow the consumer feeling. And she shares with me why she thinks the client-agency model is broken and the potential solutions to fix it.Fe has crafted and re-imagined identity systems and brand worlds for global iconic brands. She has also helped various organizations find their true authentic expressions, translated to the world through design.*Closer to the Heart (Rush) - acoustic fingerstyle cover by Daryl ShawnResources:Fe Amarante LinkedInDanone North AmericaPrint interviewOikos redesignFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favourite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Jasmin Druffner is an Industrial Designer focused on circular systems and conscious materials, currently designer and developer for Loop.Her focus is on durable packaging design, long-lasting and circular recycling materials.In this episode, she tells me how durable and reusable packaging will revolutionize the consumer experience. She also details the steps we should take to move packaging away from the current linear system, curving it into a circular system.Jasmin is passionate about creating solutions and connections between waste, design, and Biomimicry. Her personal work is centered on natural and biodegradable materials.Resources:Jasmin Druffner LinkedInJasmin DruffnerLoopTerracycleFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favorite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Stef Hamerlinck is a brand strategist and designer living in Belgium. He runs his own branding studio with a wide variety of international clients in the CPG space.In this episode, he defines Branding and explains why it matters. Stef states that not all brands necessarily have to be different and that brand purpose is overrated. He also shares some design lessons he has learned over the years in brand consultancy.His podcast 'Let's Talk Branding' is a critical exploration of all things 'brand'. It features weekly interviews with industry leaders such as Byron Sharp, Phil Barden, and many more experts and has become a staple for brand-builders.Stef has an outspoken voice in the branding industry, with appearances on Chris Do's ’The Futur’, ‘Just Branding’, and many more.Resources:Stef Hamerlinck LinkedInStef Hamerlinck AgencyLet´s Talk BrandingStef Hamerlinck TwitterBranding CoursesStef interviewing HernánFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favorite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Scott Boylston is co-author and graduate coordinator of the Design for Sustainability program at Savannah College of Art and Design, a transdisciplinary design program focused on facilitation change through systems thinking, design strategy, and behavior change.He’s the author of four books including one on sustainable package design, and his latest, “Designing with Society: A Capabilities Approach to Design, Systems Thinking and Social Innovation.”In this episode, he describes an innovation framework to achieve triple impact when it comes to designing sustainable packaging. He also tells me why he thinks the new generations will drive a paradigm shift in consumption.Scott is the founder and president emeritus of Emergent Structures (and its offshoot Re:Purpose Savannah), an award-winning non-profit organization that facilitates the deconstruction of unwanted housing stock and the innova­tive repurposing of the resulting materials into community-based resources through multi-stakeholder engagement. He is principal at BC+D, a sustainable innovation consultancy, and partner in two regenerative food equity start-ups focused on creating closed-loop, regionalized food system innovations.Scott’s design writing has been featured in design journals such as Design Observer, Print Magazine, Communication Arts, Sustainable Brands, and Core 77. He speaks internationally on design and sustainability, including a Design for Sustainability course on LinkedIn Learning.Scott is on the Board of Directors of Catapult Design, a National Design Award-winning non-profit design agency, and a member of the Founders Circle of the Winterhouse Institute. He has served on the state board of directors for USGBC-Georgia and the Governing Council of the National Academy of Environmental Design. Resources:Scott Boylston LinkedInScott Boylston TwitterSCAD Design for SustainabilitySCAD Designers for Sustainability Facebook GroupLinkedIn Learning on Design and SustainabilityLinkedIn Learning on Design and Social InnovationDesigning with Society bookFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favorite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Peter Oberdorfer is a 25 year veteran in digital entertainment and CGI, currently President of Tactic, an immersive creative and production studio based in San Francisco.Its team of engineers and designers specialize in experiences centered around virtual and augmented reality. Tactic has produced renowned apps such as the '19 Crimes Series', 'The Walking Dead', and recently 'Jack Daniel's AR experience'.In this episode, Peter teaches us how to tell effective stories in augmented reality and gain real user retention with packaging experiences. He also explains why AR has the potential to push the boundaries of storytelling and brand interaction.Peter has co-founded several well-regarded digital post-production firms, including the interactive firm Float Hybrid Entertainment, the Academy Award, and Emmy Award-winning visual effects studio Giant Killer Robots, as well as Hollywood's original previsualization firm, Pixel Liberation Front.Resources:Peter OberdorferTactic19 Crimes AR AppJack Daniel´s AR AppJose Cuervo AR AppTactic VimeoFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favorite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Bruno Singulani is a Brazilian designer and currently the creative leader for all Global Food Brands at Nestlé, and a member of the Pentawards jury.Having graduated as a product designer, his professional and academic paths have eventually converged into roles with a strong focus on branding and strategic design management. In this episode, we discuss how to achieve a healthy balance between a global brand strategy and the freedom to be locally relevant. He also tells me why creating intimacy with a brand is key to develop impactful design solutions.Working with major Food & Beverage brands, Bruno believes in the essential value of anthropology and human-centric innovation to develop stronger design cultures and build long-lasting brands.Resources:Bruno SingulaniNestleMezeastPentawardsFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favourite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Steve Osborne is a British brand design specialist with over 30 years` experience creating, re-positioning and extending brands through package design. Steve is Managing Partner at Osborne Pike, a design studio based in Bath.His career started in Marketing at Unilever before he switched sides to join Design Bridge. After playing a leading role in that agency's development, including 7 years as Founder and Managing Director of the Amsterdam office, he set up Osborne Pike in 2002.In this episode, we analyze the biggest mistakes brands make when redesigning their packages. He tells me what packaging storytelling can achieve. Finally, he describes the qualities that a package design should have to stand the test of time and be distinctive.Resources:Steve OsborneOsborne PikeOsborne Pike LinkedInOsbone Pike InstagramFollow us:BRANDERMAN websiteBRANDERMAN InstagramHernán Braberman LinkedInMy packaging design agency TRIDIMAGEPACKNEW BlogSubscribe:Follow BRANDERMAN on your favourite Podcast App so you don't miss any of our upcoming episodes.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsOvercastIvoox
Comments 
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store