Creative Entrepreneur Branding Checklist — Spruce Rd.
Today, I wanted to provide a simple checklist of a few basic necessities for your creative entrepreneur branding. Instead of feeling overwhelmed, get excited about diving into the vision behind your brand, and seeing it carried through in a visual way!
Redefining the ideal client — Spruce Rd.
Defining your ideal client can definitely seem overwhelming. How can I restrict myself to only serving one industry? Where should I focus my efforts? Rather than focusing on one industry, I’m sharing how I’ve redefined my ideal client.
When should I start branding my business? — Spruce Rd.
Branding is one of the most important aspects of a business, and often is one of the first large investments a company makes. Here are a few reasons why it might be the right time to get serious about your branding.
LUDLOW KINGSLEY | Sundaily
Sundaily skincare gummies help your body fight back against daily environmental stressors, creating healthy skin from within. Their founders, Dr....
Establish yourself as an expert — Spruce Rd.
Being an expert instinctually builds more trust in your service. Because of this trust, your client or customer respects you from the beginning and has a strong value in your work, and looks for your guidance and opinion.
Branding Mistakes to Avoid — Spruce Rd.
When it comes to your business, here are a few pitfalls you can easily avoid, in order to make your brand identity as quality as your business is!
Emily Baker — Spruce Rd.
Emily Baker Design is an interior design company. EBD believes in creating a stylish yet functional home for their clients. The design style is centered around timeless, functional spaces that speak to each individual homeowner.
How to create a successful design proposal — Spruce Rd.
So, a potential client just sent you an inquiry for a *dream* project to work on. You get pumped up and so excited! Now, you need to put together an awesome design proposal with hopes that they will select you for their project.
New Brand Identity for Chez Olivier by Swear Words — BP&O
Logo, menus and business cards designed by Swear Words for Melbourne-based French bistro Chez Olivier. Opinion by Richard Bard.
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