Start-up company design

Starting a business? Then you might have some questions surrounding your start-up business design and soon-to-be corporate identity. Before you embark on this journey to creating a successful start-up, you need to consider your company branding. Who are you? What are you trying to convey? How do you want customers to feel when they come into contact with your brand? These are questions that can easily be answered by an experienced team of brand consultants, but here are a few things to consider before you get started:
When starting a business, you need to determine what type of business you're in so as to best achieve your start-up business strategy and design. You could be looking at any one of the following:
  • Sole Proprietorship
  • Partnership
  • Corporation
What business are you in?Best Brand Management for Start-up Businesses

Researching a name and identity that fits in with your chosen business idea is something that creates the formative steps for successful branding. You want to have a corporate identity that explains what it is you have to offer the world; ideally, your brand is something that captures the attention of the public without you even having to utter a word. Define your objectives first so that you have a better idea of the direction you need to work towards.

Do some market research into companies that offer similar services and see how they've approached their brand management. Perhaps their corporate identity and management tactics will inspire you to better yours, or even show you where you've gone wrong. You can also gather information from industry specific websites, magazines, associations and agencies. Knowing your market and its' fluctuations is the strongest tool that can work in your favour when trying to define your start-up business.

Business plans for start-up businesses

Writing a business plan for your start-up business plays an imperative part in getting your business off the ground. If you're looking to get finance, get people involved and create awareness about your start-up, you need a solid business plan that outlines your objectives and research. Keep your message clear without trying to impress too many people; not everyone will understand your idea, like your corporate identity or even be remotely interested in your brand. Such is the nature of business.

Starting a business with professional brand consultants

If you're ever in any doubt as to how you should go about starting a business, you might want to invest in the services of a professional team of brand consultants. They will have sound knowledge of your industry or be able to conduct the correct research required to gain background information. They'd also be able to advise you on your corporate identity, your overall brand and how it is currently standing in the eyes of consumers. Look for a team that has experience working with brand management and can provide a list of testimonials that can back this up.

Contact WRAPPA Brand Consultancy today to bring your brand to life!





WRAPPA is a team of brand consultants who offer assistance for all brand management and corporate identity needs. They maintain a fresh approach to optimising brands in accordance with markets, trends, consumer behaviour and endless research, and utilise holistic brand consulting techniques in determining the optimum look and feel for your brand.

Contact WRAPPA:
Web: www.wrappa.co.za
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Phone: 082 775 5191

27 Oct 2011 12:44

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