Start with the right questions
After 30 years and countless branding and imaging campaigns, we’ve learned that Brand building is much more a product of what you do, rather than what you say. It’s more than your logo (But that’s a key element). It’s more than fancy tag-lines and sloganeering (You may not even need them).
Our experience with some of the strongest brands in the world has led us to a simple definition of the word Brand: A Brand is a promise. And the customer’s interpretation of advertising messages as well as his or her experience at the point of engagement, must agree with that promise if a lasting and emotional bond is to be created.
Kind of like the bond you might have with a good friend and the “promise” of what an encounter with that friend might bring. What feelings do you have when you think of that friend? How would you describe them to someone else? Not just their physical appearance, but their personality, their reputation, their manner of speech. Their wit, their wisdom. Their strengths and shortcoming. Their ability to comfort, inform, entertain, satisfy, mystify, delight or disappoint. That’s your friend’s Brand.
Before we get to the creation of engaging logos, supported by memorable monikers, slogans, tag lines and/or positioning statements. Before we tackle sensory touch points like websites, social media platforms, digital and print ads, radio and TV commercials, billboards and other communication devices…we need to identify your brand.
It’s a bit of a puzzle, but it starts with our proprietary Branding Process that helps our clients discover who they and they enterprises truly are.
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