As the New Year begins, businesses have the opportunity to reassess themselves, to look back and reminisce on the positive, critique the negative and emerge as a company that is a year older and, ideally, a year wiser. The New Year means new beginnings and an opportunity to rebrand in order to capitalize upon success.
“Setting Goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” –Anthony Robbins With the New Year still fresh, we thought it a good time to talk about goal setting for 2013. As we assess the state of our business, and decide that we need to take action in order to grow our
This year we’re going to make Branding News a regular part of our blog. Our goal in doing so is to: bring you up to speed on what some major, well-known companies are doing, highlight the latest trends in branding, and inspire you with stories of creative, unique branding moves. Here are three of the
The New Year is almost here! This is important, because the New Year represents a change where we leave the old year behind and swiftly move into a new year with new challenges. It would be easy enough to declare “What’s behind us doesn’t matter!” However, such change deserves reflection on what the passing year
The National Retail Federation predicts a 4.1 percent increase in holiday sales over 2011, and overall small businesses anticipate a strong holiday season this year. Hopefully you are seeing these sales translate to your small business! Though it’s mid-December, there are still plenty of shopping days left this holiday season, so we are here to