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TALENT BRANDS FOR TALENTED BUSINESSES

Hire-Purpose™ Communication Systems for Companies on the Grow

Most brands are developed to appeal to a targeted buyer. However, in addition to increasing demand, growing companies also need to improve capacity. That means expanding the workforce with top talent and improving retention rates. Typically, the HR department is tasked with recruitment and retention but they’re being asked to apply a set of brand standards and guidelines designed for an entirely different audience.

 

In order to fine-tune the brand around people, companies need to find the common ground between their culture and their customers

 

That common ground is the shared sense of purpose–it’s what connects “What You Do” with "Who You Are” and "Why You’re Here."

Our Services

CORPORATE BRAND STRATEGY

  

Our brand process frames and aligns business, brand and marketing objectives to competitively position your business.

EMPLOYER/TALENT BRANDS

 

Position your brand to appeal to top talent keeps your company well-stocked and engaged with current and future employees.

MARKETING STRATEGY

 

Our (iMAP) Marketing Action Plan is the most effective way to increase market exposure, brand awareness and competitive positioning.

ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE

 

Every organization has a culture. Defining that culture impacts branding, marketing, recruitment, retention, mergers and acquisitions.

CREATIVE/DESIGN

 

 

Our design gurus express and distinguish your brand through identity, print collateral and digital communications.

DIGITAL MARKETING

 

We plan, manage and execute your digital brand through your website, inbound and outbound marketing, search and social media.

CORPORATE BRAND STRATEGY

Oh Flux!

(Here we grow again)

Managing growth means managing perceptions.

Has your business outgrown your brand?

Growth is exciting. It’s fun. It’s what virtually all businesses hope for. And more often than not, growth means change. Change isn’t probable; it’s inevitable. As your business changes, your brand needs to evolve to support that change. A brand is more than a logo; it’s the sum total of the market’s perception of your business. The key is how you position your brand to leverage the changing nature of your business, the market, and the world. Does your brand reflect the changing nature of your business?