Top 50 Branding Companies in Vancouver, Canada 2017

Feb 21 12:28pm My Loud Speaker
I’ve put together 50 branding companies in Vancouver in order of their monthly Google search volumes using Google Keyword Planner to make your agency hunting even easier. For the record, this list isn’t in order of the quality of the marketing agencies – just the search volumes. However, this could be a reflection of how [...]...
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How to Create a Great First Year in Your Own Business

Feb 21 10:06am Blog – Brandanew: Content Marketing & Branding Services
When starting a new online business, you must take into consideration that most businesses struggle within their first year. Even with helpful technology on their side, the first year of business can be a make or break time. This is why it is important to set up your business the right way with thoughtfulness. Here are […] The post How to Create a Great First Year in Your Own Business appeared first on Brandanew: Content Marketing & Branding Services.
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Fabric of Onehunga by Richards Partners, New Zealand

Feb 21 4:25am BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Opinion by Richard Baird. Fabric is a residential property development project and new pocket neighbourhood within the area of Onehunga, one of Auckland’s oldest suburbs and a brownfield site of warehouses with a light industrial heritage. Developers Lamont and Co., alongside Colliers International, commissioned graphic design studio Richards Partners to create a brand identity for the development that would link brochures, specifications pack, website […] The post Fabric of Onehunga by Richards Partners, New Zealand appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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Brands Must Give Customers More Evidence

Feb 21 3:10am Branding Strategy Insider
Declining trust in media institutions, governments, and corporations is leaving a vacuum which brands might fill. Of the four major measures clocked by Edelman’s Trust Barometer, it seems business (especially among those in the West) is one of the last bastions of trust, and even that is on decline. One of the most interesting of […]...
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BP&O Collections Business Cards No.14

Feb 20 4:29am BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Selected by Richard Baird. The fourteenth collection of business cards. Each is part of a broader brand identity programme, reviewed and published on BP&O. Between them, these highlight how colour, type, form, layout and contrast, as well as material choice and print finish, contribute to a distinctive and expressive brand identity. This set includes dyed papers, embossed surfaces, foils, illustration and […] The post BP&O Collections — Business Cards No.14 appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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Simplifiers Interview: Seth Farbman, CMO of Spotify

Feb 19 6:14pm Siegel+Gale: Brand Consulting, Experience, Strategy, and Design
Behind every brand delivering simpler experiences for customers is a leader who recognizes the inherent value in keeping things simple. As part of this year's Global Brand Simplicity Index, we interviewed marketing leaders and founders of brands that have performed well over the past few years, to understand why and how they simplify. In this Simplifiers interview, we speak with Seth Farbman, CMO of Spotify. The post Simplifiers Interview: Seth Farbman, CMO of Spotify appeared first on Siegel+Gale: Brand Consulting, Experience, Strategy, and Design.
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digital advertising and media transparency

Feb 19 10:47am Marketoonist | Tom Fishburne
This cartoon was inspired by the talk P&G CMO Marc Pritchard gave on the state of digital advertising at the IAB’s Annual Leadership Meeting a few weeks ago. His talk is worth reading or seeing in its entirety. Professor and pundit Mark Ritson called it the most important speech about marketing in the last 20 years. Marc Pritchard addresses the…...
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Happy Employees, Happy Profits

Feb 17 8:17pm cultbranding.com
“I have often blamed you in my mind for treating this or that person differently and reacting to this or that situation differently from how I would have; and yet the outcome usually showed you were right. ‘If we just take people as they are,’ you once said, ‘we make them worse; but if we treat them not as they are but as they should be, we help them to become what they can become.’” —Therese in Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship1 \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_ This week, Gallup released their “State of the American Workplace” report. Put simply, there’s need for drastic improvement: only 33\% of U.S. Employees report feeling engaged at work.2 What’s more worrying than this lack of engagement is that it’s only improved by three percentage points over five years. This minuscule increase should be surprising considering the prevalence of compa...
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New Kids on the Block

Feb 17 4:39pm Siegel+Gale: Brand Consulting, Experience, Strategy, and Design
Bouncing from one hot new thing to another, post-Millennials, Centennials, the iGeneration, Gen Z, terrible teens (call them what you will), these constantly connected consumers are paving the way as today’s cultural leaders. Like generations past, they want to be independent and look cool. They want to feel validated. And they still want to “hang out.” What has changed is the way Gen Zers are staying connected. The post New Kids on the Block appeared first on Siegel+Gale: Brand Consulting, Experience, Strategy, and Design.
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The Six Attributes Of Human-Centric Brands

Feb 17 10:19am Branding Strategy Insider
Understanding the human side of customers through digital anthropology studies is the important first step of human-centric marketing. Equally important is to unveil the human side of brands that can attract customers. According to Stephen Sampson in his book Leaders without Titles, horizontal leaders have six human attributes that attract others to them, even though […]...
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AIGA Design Conference by Mother Design

Feb 17 3:06am BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Opinion by Richard Baird. The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) is a professional design organisation with a membership that covers all forms of visual communication, from graphic design, typography and interaction, to branding, animation and environmental design. As well as supporting a community of over 25,000 nationwide members, advancing design as a professional craft, strategic advantage […] The post AIGA Design Conference by Mother Design appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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Finding The Right Digital Marketing Agency Partner

Feb 16 12:47pm CreateWOWmarketing, LLC
Is partnering with a digital marketing agency the right choice for you? Call it what you will, Digital Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Marketing; unless you have experience in marketing and specifically navigating the digital landscape, do you have the time to do your job AND The post Finding The Right Digital Marketing Agency Partner appeared first on Spoke Communications, Des Moines, Iowa.
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Beyond the Bowl: Branding and Environment Design for Crazy Bowls & Wraps

Feb 16 10:38am Atomicdust
Entering a new market provides a golden opportunity to take stock of your brand. That’s why Crazy Bowls & Wraps approached Atomicdust as they prepared to expand their restaurant franchise to Ohio. The Crazy Bowls & Wraps story began in…The post Beyond the Bowl: Branding and Environment Design for Crazy Bowls & Wraps appeared first on Atomicdust.
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Planning on Hiring a Search Engine Optimizer (SEO)? Check Out This New Video From Maile Ohye at Google.

Feb 16 10:37am Everbrave Branding Group Ltd - Calgary Brand Design Agency, Inbound Marketing Strategy and Website Development Blog
Hiring a “useful” SEO vs. a bad SEO Perhaps you’ve heard about the value of “Search Engine Optimization” or it’s acronym – SEO. The concept is straightforward: you create content based on what your target demographic is likely to search […] The post Planning on Hiring a Search Engine Optimizer (SEO)? Check Out This New Video From Maile Ohye at Google. appeared first on Everbrave Branding Group Ltd - Calgary Brand Design Agency, Inbound Marketing Strategy and Website Development.
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One Feeds Two

Feb 16 7:20am Identity Designed
One Feeds Two brings together food companies to give nutritious school meals to children living in some of the poorest places on earth.
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Galerija Kranjar by Bunch, Croatia

Feb 16 5:33am BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Opinion by Richard Baird. Galerija Kranjcar is an art gallery located at the heart of the Croatian capital of Zagreb. It was opened in 2006 to showcase the work of Croatian contemporary artists but also functions as hub for a variety of cultural activities. The gallery is a long and unique space, one that balances the […] The post Galerija Kranjčar by Bunch, Croatia appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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Digital Advertising Requires Balanced Metrics

Feb 16 3:10am Branding Strategy Insider
In the spring of 1902 the Hanoi governor was worried: a bubonic plague outbreak threatened to spiral out of control. The governor wanted to exterminate the city’s rats but he lacked the necessary staff. After puzzling over his conundrum he had a brainwave: a bounty for every rat’s tail handed in. At first, his idea […]...
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5 Funny Business Ideas That Actually Worked

Feb 15 8:47pm Blog – Brandanew: Content Marketing & Branding Services
Have you ever considered expanding your business, but you are running short of ideas? Perhaps you are thinking that your business idea is so ridiculous that it will be a flop. To keep you motivated, here is a list of five funny business ideas that actually ended up as big hits. Read through these tips and you might […] The post 5 Funny Business Ideas That Actually Worked appeared first on Brandanew: Content Marketing & Branding Services.
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The Atari logo: behind the Fuji

Feb 15 4:40pm Logo Design Love
Affectionately nicknamed “the Fuji,” the Atari logo, designed by George Opperman, still persists as a lasting part of popular culture.
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Remove the barriers

Feb 15 11:00am Drew's Marketing Minute
I recently spent some time at Walt Disney World and observed how brilliantly they remove barriers for their guests. There’s a free Disney shuttle from the Orlando airport to any Disney hotel and back to the airport at the end of your trip. Once you’re on property, there are free shuttles to all the theme […] The post Remove the barriers appeared first on Drew's Marketing Minute.
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Helvetimart by Anagrama, Mexico

Feb 14 6:02pm BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Opinion by Richard Baird. Helvetimart is a supermarket in the Swiss city of Lausanne. It offers a broad range of everday foods and Swiss specialities which have been sourced from across the country. Drawing on regional flags and antique architecture Mexican graphic design studio Anagrama developed a brand identity for Helvetimart that, through a strong favour for colour and form […] The post Helvetimart by Anagrama, Mexico appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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Missed Connections: DAM Edition

Feb 14 1:00pm Brandfolder | Digital Asset Management (DAM), Branding & Design Blog
Missed Connection: DAM User Seeking Affair with New Platform I feel so ashamed, but I chose the wrong DAM. There, I said it. We were courted by them, they showed us their press mentions; they even waved their impressive client roster around in their pitch meeting. And while colleagues warned me about the steep price tag, I was so mesmerized by their feature offering, I thought it would all be worth it. I thought we’d be together forever. I’m two quarters into our working relationship, but I knew it was a mistake from the get go. Their customer support team […] The post Missed Connections: DAM Edition appeared first on Brandfolder | Digital Asset Management (DAM), Branding & Design Blog.
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Stop. Sit. Breathe. Asana. | How Taking Breaks Can Increase Your Productivity at Work

Feb 14 9:00am The Sweetest Marketing Blog – Syrup
Asana.  And no, I’m not talking about Asana the productivity kind (which we use here at Syrup and highly recommend), but the yoga kind. Asana comes from the root word ‘as’ meaning to sit quietly. Asana means to sit quietly. This word never had a huge impact on my life until I started digging into my... The post Stop. Sit. Breathe. Asana. | How Taking Breaks Can Increase Your Productivity at Work appeared first on Syrup.
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Trika by Bunch, United Kingdom

Feb 14 4:39am BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Opinion by Richard Baird. Trika is an interior design company working on both public and private spaces with a showroom and studio in the Croatian capital of Zagreb. They represent furniture and equipment manufacturers such as Billiani, Enea and Federicia, amongst many others, whose brand names are described as being synonyms for quality, comfort and design. Graphic design studio Bunch worked […] The post Trika by Bunch, United Kingdom appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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3 Reasons Why Your Brand Will Fail

Feb 14 3:10am Branding Strategy Insider
Today I’m going to share something you will think is negative that is actually positive. It’s positive because it’s a learning lesson for all of us in what Geoffrey Moore eloquently called the “Crossing the Chasm” period of business history. Or what Peter Drucker noted was a movement from the industrial economy into the cognitive […]...
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Share, Dont Save.

Feb 14 12:01am Blog – Proof
I recently ran across this New York Times piece by Annie Dillard circa 1989 titled, “Write Till You Drop”. Her wisdom on the writing and creative process really struck a chord with me, particularly this: “One of the few things I know about writing is this: spend it all, shoot it, play it, lose it, […] The post Share, Don’t Save. appeared first on Proof.
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Are You Marketing to Your Competitors?

Feb 13 6:22pm Atomicdust
Let me take you back. Back to 1999. Back to a movie called Never Been Kissed with Drew Barrymore. In case you missed this classic, the plot is simple – a journalist (played by Barrymore) goes undercover as a high…The post Are You Marketing to Your Competitors? appeared first on Atomicdust.
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How Can a Brand Strategist Benefit My Business?

Feb 13 10:16am Blog – Brand Strategy by Kaye Putnam
Before we dig into what a brand strategist is, it’s important to understand what we’re not: A Brand Strategist is NOT the expert in your brand – YOU are. (click to tweet that!) It’s a common misconception that brand strategists have all the answers, when in fact, just the opposite is true: we have all […]...
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6 Ways Brands Can Keep Calm And Carry On

Feb 13 10:10am Branding Strategy Insider
It’s a cultural marque in its own right, but in these turbulent times, it’s also a highly relevant piece of advice. At the beginning of the Second World War, the British Government designed three posters to help keep spirits high. All featured the crown of the monarch, with a red background and an uplifting slogan […]...
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Raumindex by Moodley, Austria

Feb 13 4:17am BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Opinion by Richard Baird. Raumindex is an Austrian design, development and project management studio established in 2005 that creates integrated interior and exterior retail environments for national and international clients. Its philosophy is rooted in the shaping and arrangement of form, space and content to create functional and flexible environments to add value and elicit feelings. With […] The post Raumindex by Moodley, Austria appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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Simplifiers Interview: Andrea Riley, CMO of Ally Financial

Feb 12 3:14pm Siegel+Gale: Brand Consulting, Experience, Strategy, and Design
Behind every brand delivering simpler experiences for customers is a leader who recognizes the inherent value in keeping things simple. As part of this year’s Global Brand Simplicity Index, we interviewed marketing leaders and founders of brands that have performed well over the past few years, to understand why and how they simplify. In this Simplifiers Interview, we speak with Andrea Riley, CMO of Ally Financial.
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designing for mobile

Feb 12 11:55am Marketoonist | Tom Fishburne
In 2015, Google introduced an algorithm update known as “Mobilegeddon” that prioritized mobile-friendly websites and was a wakeup call for marketers. And yet, with customers increasingly mobile first, many brands still treat mobile visitors as mini desktop visitors. Ericcson published a neuroscience study last year that found that the stress caused by using smartphones to find content and complete tasks…...
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SMPL Q&A: 4 questions on brand migration strategies for APAC brands with Jeff Lapatine

Feb 10 1:48pm Siegel+Gale: Brand Consulting, Experience, Strategy, and Design
SMPL Q&A is a blog feature in which we interview experts on all things relevant to branding, design and simplicity. In this Q&A we speak with Jeff Lapatine, strategy director, about brand migration strategies for APAC brands. These days APAC is seeing a great deal of brand migration movement, with U.S. and international companies seeking a foothold in local markets, and APAC companies seeking a more global presence. These case studies show that the creative use of acquisition, joint venture and licensed names can be effective tools for easing brand migrations.
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How To Think Like a Business Genius

Feb 10 11:00am cultbranding.com
Salviati: Now you see how easy it is to understand. Sagrego: So are all truths, once they are discovered; the point is in being able to discover them. — Galileo Galilei, Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_ Asking the right questions can help you discover the hidden potential in your business. Think about your top of mind response to these fifteen questions to better understand how you can leap over your competition. Where are the best opportunities for your business today? How do you stand out in crowded markets? How do you deliver the best solutions for customers and the best returns to shareholders? Where should you focus amidst this complexity? What is your competitive advantage? Which markets, brands, products, and customers should you prioritize to maximize value creation? What is your defining purpose? How do you reflect the aspirations of your...
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Croxley Park by Blast, United Kingdom

Feb 10 4:13am BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Opinion by Richard Baird. Croxley Park is a business park located two miles from the town of Watford, United Kingdom, with good local public transport links and twelve minutes from the M25, an arterial route that encircles Greater London. Although strategically placed to make the most of these networks, Croxely Park also has a unique 25 acre parkland setting. […] The post Croxley Park by Blast, United Kingdom appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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How to Supercharge Your Mobile Strategy with DAM

Feb 9 11:40am Brandfolder | Digital Asset Management (DAM), Branding & Design Blog
“But how does it render on mobile?” Chances are, if you’ve been in a marketing meeting recently, someone has asked this question. It might make you want to punch a <insert cute woodland animal of your choice here>, but having a mobile strategy has never been more important. A recent Salesforce survey shows 70\% of marketers claiming that mobile is at the heart of their strategy, and an eMarketer study shows US mobile ad spend increased 50\% in 2015 and should be closer to 72\% by 2019. Plainly put, if you’re a marketing team in 2017, you need to have […] The post How to Supercharge Your Mobile Strategy with DAM appeared first on Brandfolder | Digital Asset Management (DAM), Branding & Design Blog.
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Run Mfg by Perky Bros, United States

Feb 9 3:51am BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Opinion by Richard Baird. Run Mfg is an independent race design and production company, creating unique running events with a high-level of detail and creativity, founded by husband and wife team Nathan Barnhart and Elaine Lau working from their studio in Chicago. Nathan and Elaine commissioned graphic design studio Perky Bros to develop a brand identity […] The post Run Mfg by Perky Bros, United States appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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How Brands Create Value For Customers

Feb 9 3:10am Branding Strategy Insider
In order to provide value to companies, brands must first provide value to customers. But how do companies make their brands valuable to customers? Value From Product Innovations? Several scholars claim that brand success hinges on creating an uncontested market space. Or sometimes we hear people say it is all about creating a “killer application”. […]...
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Set Yourself Up For Creative Success.

Feb 9 12:01am Blog – Proof
Bring your sitemap to life. Score! Your client has approved their new website’s sitemap and wireframe and you’re moving into the design phase. But what comes next? How can these intertwined boxes and lines come to life? Where do you pick up with the design process and what tools can designers use to make their […] The post Set Yourself Up For Creative Success. appeared first on Proof.
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How DAM Helps Bring Your Brand Story to Life

Feb 8 11:42am Brandfolder | Digital Asset Management (DAM), Branding & Design Blog
A great product is the shared memory, the shared values, and shared beliefs of your team. Every great Brand can be defined by what it believes, what sets it apart, and the brand story it tells. And the culture of a company is arguably its most important asset. But how does a company maintain a shared memory that allows these values to persist as new employees are hired, new teams are created, and a company grows quickly? I’ll outline my strategy below. Make sure you’re getting the most from your digital assets As a company grows, so does its digital asset […] The post How DAM Helps Bring Your Brand Story to Life appeared first on Brandfolder | Digital Asset Management (DAM), Branding & Design Blog.
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The question behind the question

Feb 8 11:00am Drew's Marketing Minute
If you were ever to become an employee at Walt Disney World, you’d go through a class called Traditions. You’d learn all about the vision and legacy of Walt Disney and all the ins and outs of working at your one specific location. If you were slated to work at the Magic Kingdom, one of […] The post The question behind the question appeared first on Drew's Marketing Minute.
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How One Bad Experience Can Tarnish Your Brand

Feb 8 10:50am Atomicdust
Everyone’s been talking about “experience” lately. Brand experience. Experience design. Designing experiences. There’s more recognition than ever of the fact that as a company, a provider of a service, you don’t control your “brand” – your customers do, because your…The post How One Bad Experience Can Tarnish Your Brand appeared first on Atomicdust.
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In Search Of The Present at EMMA by Werklig, Finland

Feb 8 3:44am BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Opinion by Richard Baird. In Search Of The Present is a new series of exhibitions on a 3–4 year cycle held by Helsinki’s Espoo Museum of Modern Art (EMMA). These intend to tackle many of the existential questions that we face in an ever changing world. The first exhibition, inspired by Olavi Paavolainen’s essay collection from 1929, took place between October ’16 […] The post In Search Of The Present at EMMA by Werklig, Finland appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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9 Benefits Of Building Strong And Admired Brands

Feb 8 3:10am Branding Strategy Insider
The American Marketing Association defines a brand as a name, term, symbol, and/or design that’s intended to identify the goods and services of one seller or a group of sellers and to differentiate them from those of the competition. However, we argue that a brand is more than a mere name that helps with identification […]...
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The Lovely Clinic

Feb 7 6:29am Identity Designed
Dr Tonks is able to combine established and proven non-surgical aesthetic treatments with her new passion for holistic, natural therapies.
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Cali Williams Yost Reach Personal Branding Interview Series

Feb 7 4:13am Personal Branding TV
REACH PERSONAL BRANDING INTERVIEW SERIES – February 23, 2017 Take Control of Your Work + Life “Fit”  – in Today’s Flexible Workplace (because there is no “balance”)   On February 23, 2017 William Arruda, founder of Reach Personal Branding, will interview Cali Williams Yost. Clocks and walls used to tell us where work ended and […]...
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Vi Novell 2016 by Atipus, Spain

Feb 7 3:12am BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Opinion by Richard Baird. Vi Novell 2016 is a young wine from Catalonia with an intense ruby colour and a fresh and fruity flavour profile. It is the seventh in an ongoing series, and is dedicated to the party; the open-air dance, the joy and celebration of the beginning of the season, the first sip of wine, shared with friends, […] The post Vi Novell 2016 by Atipus, Spain appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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Brand Values Are Tested In The Age Of Trump

Feb 7 3:10am Branding Strategy Insider
American marketers have an exquisite dilemma: should they stand against President Trump’s policies and risk alienating half their market, or stay impartial and weaken their brand values? The approaches range in both tenor and impact. On one end of the extreme are brands like Dove, which gently mocked Trump and his team’s invention of “alternative […]...
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People Working With People.

Feb 7 12:01am Blog – Proof
One of our core values here at Proof is we focus on people. We’re not a company working with other companies; we’re people working with other people. When you’re starting, reinventing, or even just working at a people-oriented company, you know this takes conscious effort and practice. Be kind One of our 2017 intentions is […] The post People Working With People. appeared first on Proof.
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Five Questions with Kristy Fairbanks from IMPACT Group

Feb 6 6:15pm Atomicdust
At Atomicdust, we’re lucky to partner with brilliant business owners and marketing professionals. Our clients and partners span various industries — from healthcare, to restaurants, to professional services and consumer goods — and with each project, we learn as much…The post Five Questions with Kristy Fairbanks from IMPACT Group appeared first on Atomicdust.
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Marketing Lessons from The Best & Worst Super Bowl LI Commercials

Feb 6 2:32pm The Sweetest Marketing Blog – Syrup
Super Bowl LI was full of both good and bad. While I’m not quite ready to talk about the game just yet, it’s time to talk Super Bowl ads. Here are the best, the worst, and the marketing lessons we can all learn from them. The best: Bai: Definitely a crowd favorite (and not just because of JT).... The post Marketing Lessons from The Best & Worst Super Bowl LI Commercials appeared first on Syrup.
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How to price design services

Feb 6 11:08am Logo Design Love
A 30-minute tutorial from Chris Do, founder of Blind in Santa Monica, where he explains his pricing structure for logos and more.
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My Step-by-Step Branding Process

Feb 6 11:00am Blog – Brand Strategy by Kaye Putnam
Rebranding your business can be a daunting task. There are a ton of decisions to be made before any changes are implemented, and altering the look and feel of your brand across each platform is a time-consuming process. If you’ve been struggling with where to begin or what steps to follow in order to create […]...
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Why American Brands Should Avoid Politics

Feb 6 10:10am Branding Strategy Insider
It seems to be the question of the moment, in meeting after meeting: “If you were preparing a strategy for an American brand right now, what would you tell them to do?” At one level, I get the question. As consumers react to what they see or believe about the world today, the threat to […]...
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Pontus In The Air by Bold, Sweden

Feb 6 4:26am BP&O – Branding, Packaging and Opinion
Opinion by Richard Baird. Pontus In The Air is located at Sweden’s Arlanda Airport, developed with the intention of being Europe’s leading airport restaurant in its blend of high quality, affordable prices and fast service. It features three distinct areas, The Brasserie, a classic bistro with table service inspired by the golden days of aviation, The Market, a self-service canteen […] The post Pontus In The Air by Bold, Sweden appeared first on BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion.
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