Brand Discovery

Create Content that Smartly & Effectively Conveys Your Brand.

This helps us to better understand where your brand is now, and where you would like it to be in a given period of time. This process mainly involves the collation and analysis of feedback from the clients’ audience with respect to what the clients want to offer. 

Why Research and Insights Matter.


No matter what marketing strategy you’re crafting, it’s essential to have a strong understanding of both your brand and your target market. This way, you can ensure that your campaigns are resonating with your audience and driving the right results for your business.To be able to do this well, you’ll need to be able to analyse your data deeply and draw actionable insights and next steps from it. While it may seem daunting at first, differentiating yourself, telling stories that captivate your audience, and compelling people to choose you is a necessary step to being successful. By taking the time to do these things, you will set yourself apart from others and be more likely to achieve your goals.

How We Approach Research and Insights

It’s easy to have blindspots when you’re focused only on your brand’s data everyday. But having other people around to offer their perspectives can help you see opportunities that you may have missed. We make sure that during the discovery process, we explore and learn as much as possible about your goals, competitors, target market, and any other key factors that could influence our strategy moving forward. We want to leave no stone unturned so that we can create the best possible plan for your success. Some key factors we critically analyse include the following:

Upon completion of our research, we turn our findings into actionable strategies that will help you reach your goals, build on your ROI, and build a community of loyal customers.

Tailored to your brand’s challenge

A rebrand can come in many different forms, but the most common are an incremental evolution or a complete change. The former is usually the safest method, while the latter offers more risk but with the potential for a greater reward. Here are some common scenarios where a rebrand might be necessary:

  • Reposition

    Review what aspects of your brand could be improved to make you more distinguishable from your competitors.

  • Refresh

    To have a clear understanding of what your company stands for.

  • Rename

    If your brand name or names don't accurately represent your brand positioning, product and service offering, or business structure, it's may for an update.

  • Rebuild

    A total change or shift of direction within your organisation.

Facets of a complete rebrand

Branding should affect every aspect of your organisation, from the products you sell to the way your employees answer the phone. We’ll work with you to deliver a branding strategy that fits your needs and budget, and we’ll make sure it’s a success.


Brand identity

Your company’s core purpose, values, personality, desired positioning, and vision should be crystal clear. Naming your company’s various products and services is a great way to make a lasting impact.


Messaging - Verbal and written identity

Creating a coherent communication framework, tone of voice, style, and key messages is essential for any business. Having a clear and consistent way of communicating with your audience will help you build trust and credibility with them. Not to mention, it will make it easier for you to get your point across clearly and effectively.


Visual identity

To create a consistent design system, you will  need to use a combination of artworks, icons, illustrations, photos, and animations that all work together. We are here to help you achieve that.


Brand Guidelines

We will document your new brand with guidelines which will help keep your visuals and written content consistent with your brand identity.


Brand Stewardship

Guiding your team and transferring the new brand guidelines to them.

All-encompassing rebranding process​

We specialise in helping you understand the ins and outs of branding. We’ll take you step-by-step through our four-stage branding process and help you determine what is best for your brand.


When it comes to branding your organisation, it’s important to understand your competitors, your audiences, and any existing branding you may have. This will help you develop a stronger, more differentiated brand that will resonate with your target market.


Your brand identity is what makes you unique and sets you apart from your competitors. It’s important to have a strong brand identity that is consistent across all platforms. Brand architecture is the framework that defines how your brand identity will be used.


A strong communication strategy is essential for any business, big or small. It’s what will help you craft key messages and a visual identity that goes beyond just a logo. By taking the time to develop a communication framework, you’ll be setting your business up for success.


Compiling brand guidelines and unveiling your new brand to the world.

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To win people’s hearts and minds, you need to tell a strong brand story. Story is the last remaining competitive advantage—and the better you can communicate yours, the more successful your brand will be. 

But without a strong brand strategy, you won’t have the tools or blueprint you need to align your business to your marketing, tell compelling stories, and attract a community of lifelong customers who share your values.

A brand strategy gives you…

  • Clarity around your purpose, vision, mission, and values, so you can make decisions that are better for your marketing and business. 
  • Storytelling tools (including brand messaging and visual identity) to better connect with your customers. 
  • Guidelines to preserve your brand integrity. 

It also unites your team internally. With a strong brand strategy, people have a shared vision of what your brand is trying to achieve, and they are more engaged and committed to achieving it.  

In short, a brand strategy is the secret to long-term success—both inside and outside your company’s four walls.