Each one can be tailored to your company’s specific needs. But, as you will see each package includes:
- An initial consultation:
a 15 minute phone conversation so that we can gauge where you are and what your branding & marketing needs are. We will let make recommendations to what your business will need and we will also leave you with a few action items that you can work on right away.
- Branding consultation:
45 minute phone or in-person evaluation, where we will go over our branding exercise to see where your company brand and story lies.
- Marketing Strategy:
Before we can truly develop a marketing plan for your company (whether it be visual or on social media), we need to determine who your target audience is, where their eyes and attention are and what your story is that you need to convey to them.
Great branding tells your customers who you are, what you do and what you stand for. Great branding instantly conveys both a message and a feeling.When people connect to a brand emotionally, it can be a very strong bond.The branding of your business is not just a logo, it is the story that you tell in everything that you do that represents your business.
Branding consultation: 45 minute phone or in-person evaluation
Many small businesses make the mistake of not having a solid marketing plan. Both a marketing plan and action items are needed in order to turn potential customers into your next best client.
Marketing Plan that you can work from.
In addition to having a great logo, your business identity is represented wherever your logo and brand appear. Having a consistent visual presence is key to maintaining a great brand identity in the eye of your customers.After doing your branding & marketing strategy, we will help you determine what visual branding aids and materials your business will need.
Logo and Identity Design
Social media has become an indispensable part of the branding and marketing of a business or organization. But, not all social media networks are created the same.There isn’t enough time to spend it on social media efforts that don’t make sense for your brand.Which ones should you use? And how do you use those specific networks to your greatest benefit?
Social Media: overview and analysis
Have something in mind that doesn’t quite fit in with the packages listed above?
Here are a few services that we offer a la carte: