A designer’s guide to startup branding

A designer’s guide to startup branding

A brand isn’t simply a logo — just like a business plan isn’t only a pitch deck.

Your brand needs the same level of time and attention as your business. In fact, it’s often worthwhile to work on it in tandem with your business plan. Resist the urge to just throw together a logo. In today’s market, where you’re competing for not just dollars but also eyeballs, a strong brand makes a difference.

Your brand needs the same level of time and attention as your business. In fact, it’s often worthwhile to work on it in tandem with your business plan. Resist the urge to just throw together a logo. In today’s market, where you’re competing for not just dollars but also eyeballs, a strong brand makes a difference.

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Your brand needs the same level of time and attention as your business. In fact, it’s often worthwhile to work on it in tandem with your business plan. Resist the urge to just throw together a logo. In today’s market, where you’re competing for not just dollars but also eyeballs, a strong brand makes a difference.

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Your brand needs the same level of time and attention as your business. In fact, it’s often worthwhile to work on it in tandem with your business plan. Resist the urge to just throw together a logo. In today’s market, where you’re competing for not just dollars but also eyeballs, a strong brand makes a difference.

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Your brand needs the same level of time and attention as your business. In fact, it’s often worthwhile to work on it in tandem with your business plan. Resist the urge to just throw together a logo. In today’s market, where you’re competing for not just dollars but also eyeballs, a strong brand makes a difference.

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Your brand needs the same level of time and attention as your business. In fact, it’s often worthwhile to work on it in tandem with your business plan. Resist the urge to just throw together a logo. In today’s market, where you’re competing for not just dollars but also eyeballs, a strong brand makes a difference.

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