Make Sure Your New Venture is Packaged Just Right.
We’re looking to work with entrepreneurs with that next great idea.
If this is your start-up year, we can help you get your branding right out of the gate. That means having the right name, tagline, identity, website, messaging and more.
At Step2 Branding & Design, we find start-up marketing to be especially rewarding as we help entrepreneurs uncover what makes them great and use it as the foundation of a successful brand and launch.
We can help you name your business or product and give it a new logo and identity. We can develop a tagline and messaging that connects with your audience. And, we can pull it all together with graphic design and a website that distinguish your business and position it for the long haul.
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What Our Start-up Marketing and Branding Clients Are Saying:
Telemedicine is a new and growing area in healthcare. When we started our new venture, we knew that we needed to have a name, identity and internet presence that would allow our patients to know that we were their right choice for their physical therapy needs. For us, digital marketing was an important part of our business plan and Step2 Branding & Design was our solution. Their team was able to take our vision and create a digital experience that expresses our aspirations and values. I believe that by having Step2 on our team gives us that competitive edge.
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Building a great brand is never once-and-done. It’s more than a name, logo and graphics. It’s a frame of mind — an experience — with a narrative that stays relevant and makes its audience part of the story.
The tagline is not about who you are or what you sell. It’s about them: your target audience. So, you better make sure it’s concise, direct and memorable, so they recall it the each time they hear your name.
The bankruptcy courts are full of great ideas that were undermined by ineffective branding and promotion. Build it and they will come? No, they won’t. Not unless you make them really want to. Or, better yet, need to.