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Architecture Marketing Podcast #6: Nic Granleese

Dave Sharp advises architecture firms on social media, communication and marketing strategy. More.

Nic Granleese is a registered architect, architectural photographer and co-founder of - a digital app that helps hundreds of architecture firms all over the world to get their work published.

On this episode, we discuss publishing and marketing architecture, building a brand over time, growing your firm like it's a startup.

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Dave is a marketing consultant who gives architecture firms the strategy, tools, and habits they need to attract better clients.

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