Posts Tagged ‘branding’

MARKETING INSIGHTS CROWD-SOURCED FROM LOCAL EXPERTS

Written by FCP Communications on . Posted in Stuff We Like

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This piece was posted at the new blog Live Work Oakland.  We were thrilled to be asked to participate.

You have a creative idea for a new company.  Your product or service may be anything from a business plan on a napkin to an early sample, or even a finished item.  Now what?

Entrepreneurs and their support networks face difficult choices on where to devote their time, energy, and financial resources. Often, branding and communications are not a priority, and companies have a lot of unanswered questions about how to invest in both. When is it too early?  When is it too late?  And frankly, what is branding and communications, and why should it matter to us?

We are asked these questions constantly by our friends in the business and social good communities. We have a few guiding principles, but in the interest of being innovative, we also crowd-sourced some thoughts from among our peers who can add some insights.

What’s in a name?

Written by FCP Communications on . Posted in Branding, communications, Stuff We Like

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Here at Full Court Press, we wear many hats. On any given day, we work in traditional communications with TV crews and reporters, we create compelling social media content, we help build coalitions and relationships across industries and communities, we put together advertising packages, and sometimes, we even help with branding. Branding is a significant and early process for many of our clients, whether you’re a small nonprofit, a coalition of organizations, or a larger foundation or business. So how do you get started?