What Defines a “Brand”?

Put simply, your businesses image and writing style, is its brand. If you are an artist, actor or freelancer then you are your brand.

Do You Really Need a Website?

Websites are great! But there is so many different social media platforms, not every business needs a full website.

Look After Your Brand!

Going cheap will eventually cost you more. Take pride and make sure your brand portrays the message you want it to.

A Brand Should Represent Something More

Business As Usual is over! Create purpose and meaning behind your business so people can relate to you.

Eye Capturing Visuals Help!

With the low attention span of  internet users you need creative visuals to capture and keep the attention of followers.

“I Dont Have Time for All of This”

You should be focusing on growing your business through sales, networking and customer relationships. Leave the creative work to professionals.

All 6 of these points are relevant to anybody that owns a brand. To elaborate on the first point, “What Defines A brand?” – This is our idea of a brand, from a visual perspective, please note that it’s much more than logo’s, images and videos. You do not need to own a business to own a brand, you could be a freelancer, model, artist etc. Even if you own a business you may also have a personal brand, where like the examples we just gave, you are your brand!

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  • An absolute pleasure to work with. They took my few ideas that i wished incorporated into the videos and expanded them into an extremely polished product. Not only are they polite as a team, but also punctual. It sounds like a minor thing but no hand-holding is required. They come in, do the job required, and leave, no fuss, and happily the end result is incredible. Can’t recommend enough.

    Rhys Stocks - Owner of Coy Culture

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