A good percentage of graphic designers see branding or re-branding as nothing more than changing the logo and marketing materials—visual solution. The reasons SME’s have for needing branding typically have very little to do with visuals per se.
I’m sure that there’s an expectation among your peers that your business will continue to thrive. Truth is, you’re doing quite well, by doing the things you do the same way you’ve been doing them since you first put your shingle out.
Recently I’ve had the pleasure of being on an experts panel at Bob Proctor’s Matrixx event held in Toronto, Ontario. As an expert I did my best to assist individuals realize what their brand is or could be. It was an invigorating experience.
The opportunities we strive for manifest themselves in countless ways. Being in business for myself virtually my whole working career, places the responsibility of generating income squarely in my lap. One of the more interesting ways I’ve accomplished this is to develop my own opportunities and watch them grow.
If you have a world-class brand, are you showing world-class quality at every turn? Is your brand involved in on-going training? It’s not just about customer service and brand awareness. It’s not that everyone knows your brand, it’s what their perception of your brand is.
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