Be it a brand launch at the beach or a corporate dinner—a party without balloons just seems boring, bland and dull. Sure, the music may be great and the food splendid, but the liveliness and joy balloons bring to parties is unparalleled.
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If you’re asked to name 4 brands off the top of your head, which ones instantly come to mind?
Are they makers of products that you routinely buy for personal needs?
Or are they multinational names that are highly distinguishable by their logo, color scheme, commercials and catchy slogans?
In all likelihood, your mind generated the names of popular brands that you perhaps don’t even buy from.
And that’s the power of a strong brand identity.
Big Things Come in Small Packages (And Fancy Ribbons)
As an emerging start-up, one of your biggest challenges is to discover an authentic voice that’s strong enough to compete with corporate giants.
Impossible as it sounds, we’ve seen it happen. And contrary to popular opinion, it doesn’t demand a criminally expensive budget.
Authenticity thrives on the currency of talent. So, if you’ve got some creative ideas to communicate with your consumers and clients, don’t be scared to try them!
Custom logo ribbons may seem like a small addition to your product. But much like pizza topping, they can add that somethin’-somethin’ you need to paint the canvas of your creation with a potpourri of colors.
We already know that colors play a crucial role in brand marketing. In fact, research published in the Journal of Management History proves that 90% of snap decisions are based on color alone!
So, when brands wrap their products in luxury satin multi-color ribbons, they’re not just making it aesthetically pleasing. They’re applying some super smart marketing strategies!
Power of Personalization
Do you get upset when the Starbucks barista gets your name wrong?
Does it even matter if they’re only there to serve coffee?
Well, matters it does—as brand-conscious Yoda would say.
Personalization isn’t simply about communicating with customers. It’s about defining your brand identity by leaving a unique and profound impact on consumer behavior.
And what’s better than having a great cup’pa Joe?
A cup’pa Joe with your name on it.
Let’s Talk Logos
If you’re a budding entrepreneur, you probably worked really hard to design your brand logo—and for good reason!
Logos are an excellent way to differentiate yourself from the competition and give your brand a unique face and personality.
Custom logo ribbons give you a platform to get even more creative, as you leave your signature on every fantastic creation!
Whether your budget is big or small, personalized ribbons cater to all!
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