Branding is an important part of marketing, in fact one of the most important areas as it is where trust comes from. Just fill in the form to get free advice and quotes from 5 branding companies in Staffordshire.
There are over 300 branding companies in Staffordshire. Mainly smaller design studios many of these agencies work with SME’s and startup companies. The larger agencies can be found closer to the main cities in the county such as Stafford, Stoke-On-Trent and Telford).
As there are such a variety of branding companies in Staffordshire, it does make sense to use someone local rather than one that is in Manchester, Birmingham or even further away. It is always good to meet with them, in order to chat through strategies and ideas in depth. Phone and e-mail are good, but if you are spending a lot of money then you need to ensure that the branding agency knows 100% what you are looking for. Also that they are putting in 110% effort to your project. By meeting them, you can get to know the team and ensure that they are 100% focused on your project (rather than them multitasking it with 3 other clients).
Design is an important thing, get it right and your business can take off, get it wrong and it will fizzle out and die. Branding can be a very expensive process, so there is a need to shop around and compare different agencies. Talking to different branding companies in Staffordshire can give you different ideas allowing you to pick and choose; comparing prices will allow you to find what is a reasonable price to pay for quality. Since all agencies set their own fees, branding prices will vary considerably.
Staffordshire is a county in the north of the West Midlands. A county that is over a thousand square miles and contains over a million people according to the council. The largest city in Staffordshire is Stoke-On-Trent. It is known for having the largest hoard of Anglo Saxon gold discovered in 2009 in a field in Litchfield (valued at over £3m and thought to be from the 8th – 9th century). It has a mixture of economies ranging from the service industries, forestry/agriculture, engineering and construction. It is also known for the ‘Staffordshire Bull Terrier’ which was a breed of dog that was bred for hunting and bloodsports (which was banned in 1835).