The Insyntrix brand strategy workshop is the fun, rewarding cornerstone of the brand development process and brand management strategy.
Together our teams will journey on a deep-dive into the depths of your company and brand. We’ll examine how far you’ve come, what’s ahead, market perceptions, strengths, weaknesses and opportunities for success.
Brand development doesn’t have to be hard, but it takes work. The Insyntrix Brand Strategy Workshop is equal parts intense and rewarding. In the end, your stakeholders will understand a clear path of action to uphold the core tenants of your brand that resonate with customers, employees, partners and even your competitors. With a solid platform in place, sales, marketing and other business strategy decisions become easier to make, even naming your business or product lines.
The Brand Strategy Workshop is custom-tailored for each client. Some of the work will be done collaboratively and some will be the responsibility of Insyntrix. Here’s a sample client plan:
Client Situation and Goals
An in-depth analysis of the client organization, current customer base and ideal prospects. Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats will be uncovered leaving an understanding of how to move forward.
Understand customer perceptions of the client brand and create target audience profiles. Assess the need for ongoing brand management tactics to address negative perceptions and feedback.
With new understandings in mind, an assessment of marketing strategies and materials will be conducted. Sales tactics will also be examined in light of the new brand platform.
An examination of the brand messaging and marketing activities of key competitors.
Brand Strategy Collaborative Working Session
Review the results of the above analysis and discuss the following:
Put simply, say your favorite color is blue. We all like blue, but what if your strategy session tells us that 8 of your 10 competitors have blue in their logos and they all use a similarly-weighted font. It might be the right business strategy to differentiate your organization visually from the competition. Consider the mobile carrier wars of the 2000’s. Competitors differentiated themselves by color, an obvious tactic when selling a commodity:
AT&T = Orange
Sprint = Yellow
Verizon = Red
T-Mobile = Pink
Cricket = Green
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