Most of us use the term ‘brand’ in everyday conversation.
But it can be misdefined. Many companies also find it difficult to pin down the nuts and bolts of their own brands
There is a temptation to put your brand to one side, while you concentrate on issues that are more immediate and easier to deal with. Many of our new clients say they feel uneasy about this. They also say they value the perspective, expertise and support we provide in helping them to build their brands.
We help our clients really understand their brands. Then we work with them to put in place marketing activity that has a real, positive and lasting impact on business reputation, sales and profitability. Brand is not simply your logo or visual representation of your company or organisation.
Your “brand” is what you are – to customers, to prospects and to employees. It is the promise you make. Your brand IS your company.
For many companies and organisations it is the vital ingredient that differentiates them from the competition. Its value (an oft-debated topic in its own right) can also be seen on the company balance sheet.
Make your brand work for you, not against you. In a nutshell, your brand is important.
It will go on having an effect on your activity as a company or organisation, good or bad, whether you nurture it or not.