EA404: Justin Foster and Emily Soccorsy – Intrinsic Branding

Intrinsic Branding

Emily Soccorsy and Justin Foster are the founders of the intrinsic brand practice, Root + River and the co-authors of Rooting Up: Essays on Modern Branding. Working with heart-based leaders, they believe that all great brands are spiritual experiences. Emily and Justin are on a mission to inspire all leaders to go inward – and reframe and redefine the role of brands and their impact on the world. Justin and Emily bring a compelling blend of leadership doctrine, spiritual intelligence and practical marketing advice intended to inspire and inform in new but timeless ways. Whether in coaching, writing or presenting, they provoke with passion, art and practical ideas that leave the audience or reader saying I ve never thought about that before!

This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, Intrinsic Branding with Justin Foster and Emily Soccorsy.

Learn more about Justin and Emily at Root + River, and connect with them on Facebook, InstagramTwitter and LinkedIn.


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