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Tagline For Technology Training Company
Posted by Anonymous on
4/1/2008 at 12:48 PM ET
I'd like some ideas for a suitable tagline for my technology training company. The company offers advanced technology technical training courses to engineers and scientists working at the forefront of developments in the fast-moving electronics and telecoms industries.
The courses are up-to-date and contain an optimum blend of essential theory and practical skills and knowledge.
Idea so far: Something along the lines of 'Create the future' ie. You can create the future by participating in one of our courses.
Your ideas would be most welcome and appreciated.
4/1/2008 at 1:01 PM
Practical Instruction on Reaching the Future
Practical Approaches to the Cutting Edge
Practical Guidance on Reaching New Frontiers
Learning to Create the Future
The Theory and Practice of Reaching the Future
4/8/2008 at 5:52 PM
You can make that tagline work a little harder. AdCracker.com has a “How To” exercise to help create positioning statements & tag lines. It should trigger some ideas for you.
Best of luck,
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