People no longer buy goods and services, they buy brands.

360° Branding
By definition, branding is a marketing practice where your company creates a name, color, design or symbol that belongs to your business alone. Not only does branding give your consumers a memorable experience with your business, but it also set you apart from the competitors, and allows your customers to feel better.

360 degree branding is an efficient and effective approach to creating a unified and seamless experience for consumers to interact with the brand in all of the brand touchpoint, to distinguish your brand, company, services or product from other competitor.

360 degree branding by coordinating and combining Brand Strategy, Brand Design, and Brand Growth, introduces your brand to the target market with the clearer and uniform character, image, message and core values. The primary goal of a 360 degree branding is to ensure that the brand message and image across all brand touchpoint is the same.

It's 2022, and the presenting your brand has never been more important.
360° Branding Model
Better strategy, better vision
Brand Strategy
Chess is a good metaphor for business competition. The moves you can play in chess are very much, as with just three opening moves there are nine million possible positions!
When making a move in chess, you must know your opponent and also anticipate the probable responses from your opponent.

Similarly, in brand, you have many possible choices. If you know the path ahead, you can analyze and anticipate customer behavior and market changes. You can then build your brand strategy, develop your brand identity, and outlast your competitors.

We believe there is not one-size-fits-all brand strategy. We customize and combine brand strategy, design, and growth seamlessly, for better results.

Does your brand currently hold a relevant and differentiating position in the market?

Brand Strategy
Who are you? Who are your competitors? Where is your target market? What is your brand position in the market?

Brand VMV (Vision, Mission & Values)
Brand Architecture
Brand Touchpoint & Audience
Brand Positioning
Brand Budget
and more...
Better design, better look and feel
Brand Design
When talking about branding design, it typically refers to key brand elements such as the logo, color scheme, typography, and other design components that makes a brand stand out from competitors, and recognizable to consumers.

Establishing a brand's look and feel means creating and sticking to standards in regard to the brand's logo, colors and design. Whether it is your own personal brand or the brand you belong to, the key to successfully establishing a brand's look and feel is consistency.

Is your brand defined by your business core message and values? Does your brand name and corporate design convey these values to your customers?

Brand Design
How to create a consistent and memorable Look and feel for your brand? How to define your style, color and story?
Naming, Messaging, Tagline or Slogan
Domain Name

CD/Corporate Design:
Color Pallet/Corporate Colors
Stationery Set (Business Card, Letterhead, Envelope, and etc)
Exhibition & Interior

Social Media
Email Signature
and more...
Better growth, better impact
Brand Growth
A good brand has a clear message, knows their competition and target audience, has a defined mission, vision and key values, can define and identify their USP, tell their story and have a brand identity reflective of these goals, and does all of this consistently.

Brand consistency is exactly how it sounds: It's a integrate visibility and presentation of your brand both inside in your house and out.

When was the last time you evaluate interaction between your brand and your customer? When was your last brand campaign?
Brand Growth
How do you convey your brand message vividly? How communicate your values to customers?
Brand Roadmap/ Launch/Implementation
Brand Campaign
Brand Management
Brand Maintenance
Annual Performance Audit
and more...
People Buy Feelings, Not Things
Harvard Professor Says 95% of Purchasing Decisions Are Subconscious When marketing a product to a consumer, it's most effective to target the subconscious mind.

Why do consumers buy one product or service over another? How do you develop brand loyalty? How do you maximize customer engagement?

According to Harvard professor Gerald Zaltman, the answer to all these questions is directly related to the subconscious mind. In Zaltman's book, "How Customers Think: Essential Insights into the Mind of the Market," the professor reveals many exciting ideas that can be helpful to marketers and brands. Contrary to popular belief, consumers aren't as savvy as they might like to believe. For example, while many consumers report comparing multiple competing brands and price points when evaluating a purchasing decision, Zaltman's research indicates that this is not actually the case.

Also, by studying consumer's unconscious physical reactions, Zaltman found that what they really think or feel often contradicts what they say.
Why aren't consumers truthful about their purchasing thoughts and feelings? Well, a big reason is that they are driven by unconscious urges, the biggest of which is emotion.

Emotion is what really drives the purchasing behaviors, and also, decision making in general.
Studies completed by neuroscientists have found that people whose brains are damaged in the area that generates emotions are incapable of making decisions.
This idea is of great importance because it helps us realize that human beings are not as logical as we might imagine. And understanding this has significant implications for marketing, sales, and branding.
For example, by only marketing the attributes of your product, you will likely generate lackluster results. And the poor results you receive are due to the fact you are completely missing the subconscious, human element in the decision-making process.
Humans are driven by feelings. So if you want the consumer to remember your product or brand, they must be engaged and impassioned by the interaction with your company.

Good marketers utilize this concept all the time, and examples of emotion-based campaigns are everywhere. Think for a moment, what is actually being sold in most marketing campaigns.
Luxury goods target our feelings of self-worth, acceptance, and status in the world. Communication devices excite us by offering a connection to friends, family, and a broader network of people. Athletic brands inspire by offering adventure and glory through the act of competition. And many other products, such as perfume, cologne and lingerie, target emotions related to love, relationships, and sexual desires.

As marketers, we should still focus on the features of the product. But we must also sell the lifestyle and the feeling. The key is to highlight the emotional response a consumer will achieve by using the product.
As the old saying goes - sell the sizzle, not the steak.

And to achieve the highest emotional response, you should target your consumer through many different senses. For example, think about the colors and shapes on your logo, homepage, or product packaging. How do they make consumers feel? Consider the words and messaging carefully. Are they emotive and engaging? What is the experience of your retail location? These face-to-face interactions should give customers a certain feeling about your brand.

A lot of what drives consumers is subconscious behavior. But this shouldn't be perceived as a bad thing. There's nothing manipulative about helping consumers achieve desired states of emotion. Product and services are designed to satisfy a customer desire or want, and like it or not, those desires always contain an emotional component.©
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How can we work together to build a better 360° Branding?

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