thinking big sometimes means starting small
→Sometimes it’s the little things that make us excited about our businesses… like a new branded laptop, notebook or phone cover.
The final weeks of 2013 are a great time to get your smaller ducks in a row so that you can tackle the “big stuff” (with your best foot forward) come 2014.
A good place to start—and a great way to get set for a new year of networking—is a stack of attractive, crisp business cards.
Whether you’re starting from scratch or you’re ready for a new look, we’ll help you create a design that will make a good first (and lasting) impression on potential clients and business connections. (You’ll be surprised how great it feels to reach into your bag/wallet to pull out a card you’re truly proud of.)
Pictured below is the double-sided business card we recently created for author, Tricia Ferrara:
Perhaps you’re looking to start rebranding in the New Year and need help with step 1: Creating a logo that captures your service/product. If this is you, we’d love to meet to discuss your vision for your brand, and then take a stab at nailing the image that represents that vision.
We went through this process with Susan Rocco, host of Women to Watch on WWDB AM Talk 860. Sue was looking for a logo that would subtly show—not tell—what her program is all about. The soft and pretty green “W” is meant to symbolize all the feminine qualities of the women who Sue interviews on her show, and the study, bold black letters of “WOMEN TO WATCH” represent the strong characteristics that have helped these women get where they are today.
For us, 2014 represents endless new possibilities and opportunities to grow our business. If you share this sentiment and you’re eager to explore ways (no matter how small) you can hit the ground running in January, let’s chat!