Your brand is what your customers say about you.

Brand Strategy is the process of managing that meaning

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Thom Baker Brand Consultant

When we talk about a brand, it’s not the logo, or some colours we’re talking about. It’s what your audience think of your organisation. Brand strategy is about aligning what your audience thinks, with what you and your organisations culture is. You can also think of it as the external face of your business strategy – it is an integral piece of your organisation!

Developing a brand that is authentic and resonates with your customers helps make you their obvious choice with profound impacts on your business. Studies have shown, a successful brand strategy can:

  • Triple your market share
  • Increase customer loyalty
  • Increase employee satisfaction
  • Reduce marketing spend

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