Need a hand to build your brand
It's a fact, there are around 5.6 million SMEs in the UK! That's why we've put together a checklist how to build a consistent brand across your business.
Are you an SME who needs professional support to help build your brand? Maybe your current logo doesn't reflect your business, it may not fit onto your website, business card or exhibition stand and still look consistent? Creating a visual style is our forte and this is where we can work with SMEs on achieving a great looking brand.
It may look great on your website but not on printed material? Do you have brand guidelines for your team, or do you use too many colours, fonts and different styles of images. We have the technical know how to achieve this for digital or printed marketing items giving your business a consistent style.
- It helps to build customer recognition across all online and offline material. It's found that potential customers are far more likely to choose a brand they recognise over something unfamiliar.
- It helps to have a competitive edge in your marketplace. The more recognition you have, the more you can build your brand, which then elevates your brand to stand out from your competitors.
- It helps to have a loyal brand following. Your customers will be interested in your new products before they are released, they can then endorse your brand on your behalf.
- It helps to convey your values as customers are attracted to brands that they can connect their values to. When you build an emotional connection with customers you brand gets stronger.
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Still need more help? We can advise on creative brochure design, quality business card design, advertising, digital images and graphics for your website, social media, or marketing campaigns, scaling up to large print for exhibition and signage design. Aligning these can all help shape and build a more consistent brand to help project your service or product in a consistent approach.