5 Essential Branding Tips For Start Ups

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Branding is a major factor in the success of any company. If your branding is not efficient, your competitor’s will, and in competitive markets such as fashion and style, branding can make or break a startup.


Above all, a branding message must be consistent and clear. An inconsistent branding effort may even do more harm than good, so you must make sure you are speaking to your audience with one voice, sending them a clear message with no contradictions.

Know Your Target Market

Knowing your message is one thing, but knowing your intended audience is another entirely. Even the most meticulously crafted branding effort will literally fall on deaf ears if it is not aimed at the right audience.

Knowing your target audience is often straightforward, but you need to be perfectly clear about who your average client will be. This includes age, sex, geographical location and other demographic parameters.

Unique Selling Points

To identify your audience, you first need to identify the unique selling points that will make your brand stand out from the crowd.

Are you offering unmatched quality? Are your products truly unique in the market? Do you source exotic materials to create your offerings? Does your startup also work towards some socially positive cause? Any of the above will help you craft a strong branding message that will get your startup noticed.

Attractive Branding Image

Branding is all about clever design and thoughtfully crafted messages. In addition to consistency, your branding must also be at least as attractive as your competitors’, otherwise you risk falling to obscurity.

Enlisting Professional Help

Finally, you don’t have to explore branding alone. There are trustworthy expert who can help translate your branding vision into a concise, attractive and perfectly aimed message to captivate your target market. It is true that most startups struggle, but many soar sky-high, and that’s often thanks to good branding.

Purple Stone PR is an award winning and leading London PR Agency dedicated to the growth of emerging luxury brands.

Bridget Addow