Noun Plural: brand strategies
A long-term plan to empower companies with clarity, focus and differentiation.
Understand who you need to be to thrive
Companies that succeed in today’s cluttered world aren’t necessarily those that look the best, have the biggest budget or even in some cases have the best product or service. They are those that connect with their customers on a visceral level, exceed expectations and elevate delight simply by association.
Why invest in brand strategy?
The key components of brand strategy
Through a combination of workshops, research and meetings a brand strategy is defined. The key components of brand strategy we refer to as ‘brand definition’, they are:
The reason why you exist beyond making money
What you do and its value – articulated into a concise offering
Your business as a person – what is that person like to do business with?
Observing and defining your customers and their needs
What makes you different and what do you want to be known for?
Our Strategic Capabilities
- Stakeholder interviews
- Competitor landscape analysis
- Focus groups
- Brand activation and engagement
- Brand architecture
- Brand narrative
- Verbal identity
- Brand guideline document
- Brand support and guardianship
- Brand launch strategy
- Brand engagement and activation
- Brand communication strategy
- Brand positioning
- Brand purpose
- Brand value proposition
- Customer persona profiling
- Brand personality
- Brand identity systems
Related articles and insights
Brand strategy posts from the Brandality blog
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