There are around 15 branding agencies in Canterbury, there are also many smaller design agencies and freelancers.
When considering Branding companies in Canterbury, we do advise using someone that knows your industry sector.
If they know your industry, they are more likely to produce you an efficient brand.
From the many branding companies in Canterbury, it is advised to select one that is local rather than design companies in London.
This makes visiting them easier. It is advised to visit the agency, in order to cover all issues and objectives.
During the selection process, focus needs to be given towards the branding agencies in Canterbury that have a background and knowledge of your industry. This will give them a head start on being able to create a brand that works for you and creates a response (as opposed to a murmur).
If they know your industry, they will know your clients.
They will know your customer base, and what they are likely to respond to. In Canterbury, there are a number of larger marketing agencies. These agencies offer support services such as website design, advertising and public relations.
These may be a consideration if you will need a broader marketing support other than just branding.
Cost is always an issue to any business. Branding work can be very expensive (certainly for larger brands) so by looking around and getting some quotes, savings can be made.
Local companies around Canterbury can provide ideas and quotes for design work within hours. Branding prices will vary from agency to agency.
As all agencies set their own fees, they will all differ. There needs to be price comparison in order to get the best agency at the best price.
Canterbury is a city in the east of Kent at the bottom right of England.
It was originally called ‘Durovernum Cantiacorum’ by the Romans and roughly 100 years after they left, it was called Cantwareburh (which meant ‘Kent’s People’s Stronghold’ in old English) by the Saxons.
Many historical structures remain in Canterbury from the Roman’s. The city walls, the Norman castle and (it is claimed). There is also the oldest school in England ‘The King’s School’ (claimed to have been established in 597 AD).
During the 1300’s the city had the 10th largest population in England, until the back death killed 2/3’s of the population bringing it down to around 3,000 (according to council data).
The second world war effected the city which has 135 air rides receiving 10,445 individual bombs.
It has a population of just under 50,000 but still is a Cathedral city with a well renowned University (Canterbury University) along with around 5,000 businesses based around the area.