Delivering brand & design identity for a business startup is critical in the survival and evolution of your new venture
The UK is fertile ground for entrepreneurs and small businesses taking a big step into the unknown. In the tax year, 2018/19, 672,890 startup businesses were founded; that’s more than one a minute. And there are 18,000 Google searches for “How to start a business” every month. But just because everyone wants to do it doesn’t mean everyone can.
57.6% of the businesses started in 2013 were gone five years later, so your startup needs staying power beyond surviving Year One, which comes from solid branding and design. So what is your story, and what is your USP? We can help you connect with your target audience with messaging and a personality that captures your mission.
I’ve worked with many business start-ups delivering design and branding expertise to build long-term visibility.
Of course you need to make a good first impression, but as a business startup branding and design agency, our work doesn’t end there. You also need branding and design that attracts loyalty, growth and credibility for your business startup. Of course you need to make a good first impression, but as a business startup branding and design agency, our work doesn’t end there. You also need branding and design that attracts loyalty, growth and credibility for your business startup.
As a business startup, you need a brand that captures who you are and communicates that directly but also enables you some room to grow and develop.
Our experience as a business startup branding and design agency enables us to find and extract your message and to make sure it represents your story and your objectives.
We offer a full range of services, including:
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Have a mission statement.
You need to have a USP as a startup business and you need to communicate this strongly. Make sure people know what you are all about straight away.
Prioritise your brand.
Once you have a brand, don’t be shy about it. People don’t know you so your brand is how they develop a relationship. So use your brand everywhere.
Listen to people.
The business world is full of failed entrepreneurs who didn’t listen. So acknowledging your target audience, focus groups and customer feedback is really valuable. Don’t be too proud or too arrogant to think you know it all.