AW Capabilities Month Brand Strategy Week in Review
Welcome to Addison Whitney Capabilities Month!
Throughout the month of March, we will be designating one week where we will be highlighting one of Addison Whitney’s capabilities – visual branding, verbal branding, market research and brand strategy – via brand salsa and our social media channels.Make sure to join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #AWCapabilitiesMonth.
This week, we focused on Brand Strategy, which encompasses the strategic and planning aspects of your branding portfolio. In this special edition of the AW Rewind, we will take a look back at the brand strategy-focused brand salsa posts from this week!
Successful brands are built on a foundation of meaningful brand strategy. And, that strategy provides the framework for what your brands mean and how they should be organized.
Oftentimes, making decisions about the future of a brand can be politically charged and challenging for an internal team to confront on its own. It’s difficult for a company to be objective about themselves – tenure and passion have a tendency to cloud constructive decision-making. That’s where we come in. Read more…
As one of the leading global branding firms, Addison Whitney is behind some of the world’s strongest and most iconic brands. We’re proud of the work we do for all of our clients and love sharing our stories, especially our brand strategy experience. That’s why this week’s “Case Study Wednesday”, where we highlight one of our amazing clients and the work we have done with them, will focus on our brand strategy work!
Following its Tegrant acquisition, Sonoco sought to create a new brand architecture that would integrate Tegrant’s three businesses into Sonoco’s primarily master branded strategy in a way that would effectively communicate the brands and product offerings while minimizing any loss to brand equity and sales. In addition, it was important that the new structure help tell the Sonoco protective packaging story to existing and potential customers. Read More…
This is especially important for organizations working to establish meaning and purpose for multiple brands in their portfolio. However, this is not always the case, and when brands don’t have a well-defined meaning or purpose, organizations run the risk of missing an opportunity to capitalize on the value of their resources. But there also must be an efficient use of time and resources from the parent company in order to ensure success across their portfolio.
There are two main pillars that address these components, and that strongly impact the ability to commit time and financial support to brand strategies – Prioritization and Organization. Read More…
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