When we begin a branding initiative with a global client, one of the first things we hear is that the company stands for different things in different countries – and therefore no single brand can possibly resonate globally. Is this true? Howard Breindel looks at the ways a global brand can help or hurt B2B company success.
It’s increasingly common for a brand to go tagline-less, especially in B2B, where standing out among competitors that seemingly offer the same product or service requires a nuanced brand identity that often can’t be summed up in a single catchphrase. We examine role of taglines in B2B branding, and offer a new way to think about their value.
Securing internal buy-in is one of the most difficult, and necessary, parts of any branding project. But it’s particularly difficult in associations, where decision-making is often dependent on the consensus of a large group of stakeholders. This case study examines how one such organization was able to embrace a transformational new brand.