Marketing & Brand Strategy
Stop wasting your time
Do you ever feel like you’re busy doing “stuff”, but not actually getting anywhere?
Sadly, we see this all the time. “You must be doing Facebook Live Video!” or “Tik Tok is hot – get on it!” And on and on it goes.
How often do you stop to ask: “Does this make sense for my business and my customers?”
Strategy first approach.
Think before action – that’s our approach! This saves you money, dodges bullets and ensures your goals stay firmly on track.
Uncover your business personality and position your business in a way that is meaningful to your ideal customer. Then create an engaging and memorable brand that people want to buy from.
Strategic planning is how you gain the oh-so-important (and often elusive) competitive advantage.
Your brand is more than a logo.
Your brand is so much more than your logo. It’s what people think and feel about your business. Your brand is your reputation and your customer’s experience of you. It’s your business’s story.
Your desired brand must be consistently communicated through all your customer interactions.
We’ll work with you to create a well-crafted brand that attracts the right kind of customer.
And if you are thinking about your logo, don’t make this common mistake.
We have 2 different workshops available
- Our full Brand Strategy Workshop looks at your customers first, and then through their eyes, we look at what can differentiate you. Read more about our Brand Strategy Workshop.
- Our shorter Know Your Customer Workshop focuses on who your ideal customers are, and the best way to reach them with something meaningful. Read more about our Know Your Customer Workshop.
Get a clear picture of your business and what makes you unique.
Have a clear path forward instead of just doing “stuff” and being busy without getting results.
Know Your Customer Workshop
Would you like to know who your ideal customer is – and how to reach them?
Brand Strategy Workshop
Would you like to know what makes your business unique, how to stand out from your competition and attract new customers?
P.S. We really like this tweet from Steve Woodruff:
And in case Twitter doesn’t load properly:
You can’t read the label of the jar you’re in.