COVID-19 has, and will continue to, create huge changes in how everyone worldwide goes about their daily lives, whether it is work, school, or play. As governments impose social distancing and shut down whole economies, people are turning to digital solutions to replace in-person contact, all in a bid to keep some semblance of normalcy. Going forward, this will generate many new opportunities
When you think about what makes a good branding agency, a lot can come to mind. To some, it’s all about creating striking visuals. Others focus more on the digital marketing side—a.k.a., getting your company in front of as many eyes as possible. But there’s more to being a successful agency than that.
A rebranding phase is an exciting time for any business, person, or group. It’s the opportunity to show customers and/or stakeholders that we are building upon our experiences and sharpening our focus around where we drive value. For small and new businesses, a rebrand can add an extra spark required to catch the attention of their much needed early adopters. All things being equal, a customer might gravitate towards a business for the first time based on strong branding presence.