hen you first started your business you likely had no idea what it was going to evolve into. Maybe you started doing one thing and ended up doing another because somewhere along the way you discovered a passion you didn’t know you had.
Maybe you stumbled over a more profitable target audience.
You could be like a lot of entrepreneurs who end up shifting in a whole other direction after a couple of years until you wouldn’t even be able to pick your business out of a line up.
Or maybe you’ve just come to realize that your brand sucks and you’re sick of feeling embarrassed and making excuses for yourself?
In any case, you’re not attracting the right kind of clients anymore and you’re pretty sure your brand has a lot to do with it.
*ugh* The thought of putting out more money on a whole new logo and website and changing everything about your business is not a very pleasant one. What if you end up with a designer who pulls a disappearing act on you or ends up giving you nothing but crap? Maybe that’s happened to you in the past and you have trust issues with design professionals. (Hey, it happens.)
But you know that if you took the risk and ended up with a better brand your business would explode (in a good way) and you’d start attracting tons of great new customers.
You could have a brand to be proud of – a better brand that matches your business.
And you should! All you have to do is choose the right (trusted and reliable and modest) branding expert to take control of the whole great big involved process. Someone who will ask you questions (until you want to shake her) and your vision is clearly understood. You want an intelligent and intuitive designer who can make that vision even better.
Now imagine if you could find that amazing branding expert who was also a talented graphic designer and web developer (with an adorable southern accent, y’all). And let’s just say that this branding expert was also sought after for her marketing advice (fabulous margarita recipe) and social media strategies.
In case you haven’t guessed by now, Connie McVicker (the owner of Signature Worx) is talented in many ways that will benefit your brand image.
So whether your brand is too small for you or too ugly for you, you wouldn’t be here unless your brand no longer fit your business and good on you for making it to this point…the point where you set out the rebranding process.
Now contact Connie today to find out how she can help your business (or for her margarita recipe), your first step on the way towards a better brand.