A solid brand will determine the fate of your business. It’s the cornerstone of your decision making, the bridge between your mission and your clients, and the gauge by which you measure your company’s success. You need to develop your brand thoroughly and successfully.
If you're not excited about branding, you really should be. There is so much that it does for your company that you may not even realize. Take a look at the things we've put together that will help you understand why you should be excited.
Can you tell me simply what your company stands for? It’s a question that a lot of people have trouble answering. Your company exists for a purpose, and that purpose is not to make money or produce a specific product. It has a broader problem it’s trying to solve, or at least it should if you want to have long term success. What I find with a number of the clients I work with is that they can’t simply state that mission. They’ve always got a convoluted, detail-oriented, mixed-message explanation that would vary if you talked to different decision makers in the same company. Quite frankly, if you fall in to that category of people, that’s hurting your brand.
Despite the opinion many Facebook users have of Mark Zuckerberg, he holds lessons we can all learn from. As a thirty year old billionaire, he may know what he's doing. His company was founded on a compelling mission, and he's built an empire on it. Let's take a look on how that can help you.