Branding is for EVERY business. Fighting for new customers and constantly inventing new ways of attracting customers is exhausting. Branding solves this problem through messaging and content that effectively reaches your customers. If your business is not branded you are most likely waisting time, money, and resources.
Not having time to work on your business is EXACTLY why you need to take the step to brand your business. You need a team to be your extra hands and feet to get more done and grow your business.
Many business owners don't invest in branding because they believe it's too expensive. I realize branding can be a large investment but you can rest assured you are not paying for pretty artwork. When you invest with us you are investing in a well researched and effective way to communicate with the right clients to your bottom line. It's an investment that will save you time and bring you more income in the years to follow.
According to the U.S. Labor Bureau of Statistics 45% of businesses fail in the first 5 years. There are many reasons for failure but one big reason is because they fail to brand themselves. Without a solid brand you'll blend in with every other business in your field of expertise and lose your competitive advantage. Why is this? Why do so many businesses fail to invest in branding?
Branding is the feeling someone gets when they interact with your business. This feeling influences their purchasing decision and is persuaded by the cohesiveness of your interactions with a customer. That interaction can be as short as a glance at your product to as long as several interactions such as seeing an ad followed by viewing your website, emails, and a phone call. In summary Branding is the feeling someone gets when viewing your product or service which is persuaded by your choice of words, your designs, and person to person interactions.
We are a small company but we have a very capable team. Our size allows us be directly connected to our clients and have room for creativity. We are not tied down through long chains of command which can hinder creativity and production times.