There are a lot of challenges that come with starting a new business. Coming up with a name, a business plan, figuring out payroll and accounting, and among a long list of other things, marketing. How do you position your company for success with strong branding, professional-looking sales collateral, and a website that captures leads and builds trust in your fledgling company? As a small start-up, you may not be ready to use your cash to build an extravagant website, or start an enterprise level digital marketing campaign. That day will come – but for now, you need the right creative guidance and execution to get things moving in the right direction. That’s where we come in.
Startups can have limited marketing budgets, or even be pre-revenue, so oftentimes they need a solution that will provide a significant value for a smaller investment. Through working with your team, we can custom tailor a solution that aligns your companies goals with your budget, and overall makes sense.
We worked with a local talent sourcing agency, TESA Talent, to establish their new brand in advance of an upcoming conference they were attending. In the span of three weeks we created a new logo, a brand guide, business cards, and a one page website with jump-to navigation. While attending the conference they were able to hand out business cards, and people were able to visit their website to establish trust and credibility.
With the right strategy, you don’t have to break the bank on your first site. Our team worked with TESA Talent to create a site that met their immediate needs, yet was flexible enough to grow with them as they’re ready to create new content and add to their website and their story. And grow they have – over the past year their success has led to hiring new employees, leasing dedicated office space, growing their client roster, and of course revenue. We’re proud to be a part of their journey now, and in the future. With Ainsley as a partner, TESA Talent is able to entrust us to deliver the brand and marketing tools they need, while they focus on their customers, prospects, and employees.
Does this sound like you? We’d love to hear about your company, whether you’re just getting started or just looking for a new direction for your brand.