Five Recurring Steps of Holistic Branding : : Our Evolved Comprehensive Approach of Branding

 

 

Previously, the massive tasks enlisted of holistic branding of a brand or a corporation or a person may frighten people. Every task has its purpose however. Some are used to countercheck previous thoughts that you have made, and to proceed to another task. Once you put something into words, you naturally think logically… Alright, you may argue that it depends on what language you are using. Here, I am referring to use English in general.

“A brand is the intangible sum of a product’s attributes: its name, packaging, and price, its history, its reputation, and the way it’s advertised.” – David Ogilvy, founder of Ogilvy & Mather Advertising

Holistic branding consists of numerous tasks, both tangible and intangible. Drezier Communications approaches with five steps. By each step, neccessary tasks have to be accomplished. Here and now we suggest how to start. Continue reading →

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What is the Different Between Branding and Holistic Branding? (I’ve My Brand Logo Designed Already.)

First of all, it is sensible to answer the question: “What is branding?”

“Branding is a disciplined process used to build awareness and extend customer loyalty. It requires a mandate from the to and readiness to invest in the future. Branding is about seizing every opportunity to express why people should choose one brand over another. A desire to lead, outpace the competition, and give employees the best tools to reach customers are the reasons why companies leverage branding.” – Alina Wheeler, brand consultant

I make the above quote in modern times to reinforce that it is not easy to define an ever-developing concept of a complicated business process in a few words. Branding has been evolved to a more comprehensive collective of marketing practices since 1981, in which Al Ries and Jack Trout’s “Positioning: The Battle for Your Mind” was published. At that time, Ries and Trout invented a new approach of communication called positioning. They referred to position a product, a piece of merchandise, a service, a company, an institution, or even a person in the mind of prospects. Although they had not literally mentioned a brand, they did have a branding concept behind. Also, positioning has been ever since a very important component of any branding or marketing system of ideas.

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Strategic Spot of Outlet for Experiencing Goodness : : Branding of Imabari Towel Japan (Part 5)

Till the point where the subsidization from “Japan Brand Incubation Supporting Programme” was finished, Imabari Towel still did not have a sole outlet in Tokyo. There were only three collaborating outlets – Mitsukoshi department store, official gift shop in The National Art Center and Isetan Shinjuku department store. So what to do next? Continue reading →

The Power of Designed White : : Branding of Imabari Towel Japan (Part 4)

During 2007, you can only find an outlet in Texport Imabari, Imabari-shi Ehime-ken that towels made by members of STICA were sold. There once had a guerrilla outlet in Ginza of Tokyo from 2003 till 2006. STICA could barely operate the outlet because they paid too much attention to the profit. Continue reading →

Brand-mark as Anti-bogusness and Endorsement : : Branding of Imabari Towel Japan (Part 3)

In Mr. Kashiwa Sato’s mind, the “Imabari Towel Japan” mark not only functions as an anti-bogusness, it would be an endorsement of high quality to merchandise. Starting from it’s launch in 2007, a set of identity are required to be applied to every qualified towels made by members of ITIA. Since launching, a member, whom a batch of unqualified towels were affixed “Imabari Towel Japan” identity, was requested to withdraw membership. Continue reading →