You’re a corporate marketing department and you need a brand boost

June 26, 2015

If you’re a corporate marketing department you probably have lots of muscle behind your brand, but you may need an infusion of outside thinking to recharge your batteries.

Brands come in all shapes and sizes, but one thing’s for sure – if your brand doesn’t connect with consumers, you’ll be left in the dust in today’s competitive environment. That’s why we created the Brand Booster™ Program. Our proprietary process focuses on getting to the core essence of your company – What are you all about? What are you trying to convey about your products and services? Why should anyone care?

The Brand Booster™ Program is designed to address problem brands, like:

Code Blue Brands – quick, call 911? Your brand is dying and needs to be resuscitated.

Wimpy Brands – lots of brands suffer from Wimpy Brand Syndrome (WBS) – they just sort of sit there, not making a difference to anyone.

Me Too Brands – these brands a lost in a sea of look-alike products and services

In-Need-of-a-Treadmill Brands – some brands are just out of shape and need to get back in the gym for a good work-out.

Whatever kind of brand you have, the Brand Booster™ Program will help you shine in a sky of superstars.

How do you know if Brand Booster™ is right for you? (check all that apply)

___Your competitors are outpacing you even though you know your products and services are superior.

___You have brand awareness but your sales are lackluster.

___Your customers don’t know the difference between you and your competitors – they just care about price.

___You’ve got a strong brand but you need an infusion of fresh ideas

___You’re a new company and you have no brand.

___Your brand is in great shape, but you’re just not connecting with customers.

If you checked any of these statements, you could be a candidate for a boost.

To find out, contact us for a free brand audit to see if Brand Booster™ is right for you.

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