Branding Your Business

Good branding can make your business stand out over the competition

Whatever the size of your business, investing in your brand – and ensuring it is consistent across your website, your business cards, your letterhead and your style of communication can reap rewards over the long term.

Brand Audit

Our philosophy is that your branding should make you look like the firm you wish to be – we will spend time getting to know you and your business aspirations, developing a detailed marketing strategy.

We will review your existing marketing collateral – from your proposal document to your compliments slip, from your website to your client email newsletter. Do they look like they come from the same organisation? Are they communicating the same messages?

Tried & Tested

We never try and reinvent the wheel. If your current corporate branding is working well – we might recommend some minor tweaks. If it is time for a major overall, we can guide you every step of the way:

  • Prepare the detailed brief and background information for the creative work
  • Brief the designers, website developer and copywriter
  • Arrange photography if required
  • SEO strategy and management to ensure that the new website incorporates important keywords to help your business be found via internet searches
  • Project manage any printing work
  • Ensure delivery of entire project
  • Develop clear set of brand guidelines to ensure consistency for future projects.

We can work with your existing suppliers – alternatively we have an excellent roster of suppliers suitable to different budgets and different projects.

If you would like to talk to us about your marketing strategy or your firm’s brand, please do get in touch.

 

Ten tips to ramp up your marketing

Need some advice to help refresh your marketing? Based on our experience as a B2B marketing agency, helping SMES grow,  here are ten of our top tips for SMEs to ramp up their marketing. 

For many SME’s, the key to successful marketing is all about the implementation. All too often, marketing is the easiest function to let slip when faced with the day-to-day demands of running a business. And you might be surprised with what can be achieved by writing a realistic marketing plan that focuses on a limited number of monthly activities and sticking to it. Here are ten tips, you might find useful to consider, when developing your 2019 Marketing Plan:-

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