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Continuous brand development

Involve and inspire customers and employees

Brand development is a process that not only requires special tenacity and perseverance, but also requires constant optimisation of the alignment. The following applies: once installed in the company, this specification can be ensured without the extensive use of internal resources or even investment in external services.

The advantage of working on this process: Even if you feel that you have “lost your way” in recent years or have followed through with your brand development with a lack of consistency, corrections or the re-intensification of measures are possible at any time. Brands do not have an expiry date: unsuccessfully trodden side paths can be put back on track, halted or faltering processes can be set in motion again.

Continuous brand development

Involve and inspire customers and employees

Brand development is a process that not only requires special tenacity and perseverance, but also requires constant optimisation of the alignment. The following applies: once installed in the company, this specification can be ensured without the extensive use of internal resources or even investment in external services.

The advantage of working on this process: Even if you feel that you have “lost your way” in recent years or have followed through with your brand development with a lack of consistency, corrections or the re-intensification of measures are possible at any time. Brands do not have an expiry date: unsuccessfully trodden side paths can be put back on track, halted or faltering processes can be set in motion again.

Process and procedure – start together and keep at it

The procedure for this is very simple

  • Step

    1

    Analysis

    You start by collecting past “brand projects” and campaigns with us, assessing them together in their entirety and evaluating the experience gained from them, preferably from the point of view of those who initiated them. This requires absolute openness and transparency: what actually worked and what didn’t?

  • Step

    2

    Value proposition and customer journey

    We then work with our clients to find the common thread that holds the various projects and activities together. Value proposition and customer journey are the two main guard rails that define the priority in the use of time, requirements: internal and external and costs, budget. Important: We also keep an eye on ideas that have no use at this point. Times change, and a point of contact or tool that seems difficult to implement today may have an amazing impact in implementation tomorrow.

  • Step

    3

    Analogue and digital participation

    Of course, we are still keen on a world that is as analogue as possible, where pushing, shoving, live discussion, pasting, posting and, above all, on-site discussion can take place – but the synchronous and digital mapping of all activities is now inevitable. Easy-to-understand and easy-to-use digital whiteboards, collaboration / project management tools help all participants to take part in the process and – as “joiners”, so to speak – to lead the thread themselves.

  • Step

    4

    Lean and successful implementation

    It is imperative that successful brand development remains lean, quick to implement and practical. The documentation for this must be limited to the essentials and be editable and viewable live by all. Successful brand development is always a joint effort. Only if everyone picks up the thread and works on the most promising ideas can the goal be achieved. In the comparison of possible contact points, those instruments that the customer does not believe in for the campaign are thus immediately eliminated.

  • Step

    5

    Sales at the best contact points

    Only those who have the courage to try out new things and continuously use the tried and tested can easily keep pace with the changing times in the further development of their brand. Especially in sales campaigns, the risk of “smaller stakes” can help to explore the impact of new sales media or tools. If these hit, they can be used on a larger scale to then generate correspondingly higher visibility and sales.

  • Step

    1

    Analysis

    You start by collecting past “brand projects” and campaigns with us, assessing them together in their entirety and evaluating the experience gained from them, preferably from the point of view of those who initiated them. This requires absolute openness and transparency: what actually worked and what didn’t?

  • Step

    2

    Value proposition and customer journey

    We then work with our clients to find the common thread that holds the various projects and activities together. Value proposition and customer journey are the two main guard rails that define the priority in the use of time, requirements: internal and external and costs, budget. Important: We also keep an eye on ideas that have no use at this point. Times change, and a point of contact or tool that seems difficult to implement today may have an amazing impact in implementation tomorrow.

  • Step

    3

    Analogue and digital participation

    Of course, we are still keen on a world that is as analogue as possible, where pushing, shoving, live discussion, pasting, posting and, above all, on-site discussion can take place – but the synchronous and digital mapping of all activities is now inevitable. Easy-to-understand and easy-to-use digital whiteboards, collaboration / project management tools help all participants to take part in the process and – as “joiners”, so to speak – to lead the thread themselves.

  • Step

    4

    Lean and successful implementation

    It is imperative that successful brand development remains lean, quick to implement and practical. The documentation for this must be limited to the essentials and be editable and viewable live by all. Successful brand development is always a joint effort. Only if everyone picks up the thread and works on the most promising ideas can the goal be achieved. In the comparison of possible contact points, those instruments that the customer does not believe in for the campaign are thus immediately eliminated.

  • Step

    5

    Sales at the best contact points

    Only those who have the courage to try out new things and continuously use the tried and tested can easily keep pace with the changing times in the further development of their brand. Especially in sales campaigns, the risk of “smaller stakes” can help to explore the impact of new sales media or tools. If these hit, they can be used on a larger scale to then generate correspondingly higher visibility and sales.

Successful brand development

From brand consulting to regular brand development

The best of all

More is always possible

When we assist you, not only do we take the pressure off your colleagues, but new ideas are incorporated that make your pitch materials stand out among all the others.

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