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When starting a business there are many things to consider, but one of the things you may not think about during this hectic time is how to build your brand. While this is a big task, it’s important to think about this early in the process. Why is brand building important and where do you begin?

What is a brand?

To bring this term to its simplest form, a brand is the heart and personality of a business. What do people think of when they picture your company in their mind. What this means for your business can range into a wide variety of variations depending on what products/services you offer and the demographic you’re trying to reach.

Why is building a brand important?

Building a brand has always been important! The world’s most successful businesses have been using tactics to build a strong brand for many, many years. If you think about slogans or even radio jingles that always get stuck in your head – that’s part of their brand building. Living in the digital age has made branding and brand awareness so much more important because of the fast-paced lifestyles most of us lead. Starting a business and being an entrepreneur has never been easier than it is today. It is more important than ever to keep up with competition. One of the best ways to do that is through strong brand building.

How do I build a brand?

There are many ways to build a successful brand, however you must figure out exactly how you want your brand to feel from an outside perspective. Scott Ortega, owner of Natural Beauty Wood Floors, a Detroit hardwood floor contractor has built his brand on being fully committed to the process of hardwood floor refinishing and quality craftsmanship. When his customers recall their experience with his company, he wants the quality of the work to be top of mind.

If you’re starting a business, it is crucial you create and build a strong brand that will provide the feeling you want potential customers and previous customers to associate with your business!

Rich Carden

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