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Concept Creation

We have all heard about the ‘Big Idea’ and ‘Concept Creation is Key’ in business. With so many products in the marketplace, it is crucial that you have a distinctive point of difference.

This Idea differentiates your brand and enables your customers to choose your brand as The Brand for them. If you are staring at a blank screen pondering on how to come up with your winning idea, here are a few pointers to get started.

  1. Most people think your idea needs to be original. There are already countless businesses in existence, so it is very unlikely that your idea is completely original.  Instead look at what is already out there and think of how you can improve it.
  2. It is important to be relevant, and as so much has changed the way in which we conduct business has also changed. So rather than reinvent an idea, look at conducting an existing business in a different way – take it from retail into an online version.
  3. Seek to solve a problem, look at your daily life and habits, there are plenty of problems that need to be solved. The best business ideas are based on solving real problems.
  4. List the features and benefits that are exclusive and unique about your product or service. Always do your research and compare yourself with your direct competitors. Identify what sets you apart from everybody else.
  5. A strong brand identity helps you in establishing your brand personality, and with creating a distinctive tone of voice, which is shared across your brand assets.

Having a niche provides your business with a competitive advantage. It provides a distinct point of view, a distinct way of working and a distinct solution. It helps you with the development of your product strategy. Whether you are creating a brand for the first time, refreshing your brand, or extending your brand, we are here to inspire your thinking and to help you in creating your USP. Get in touch to discuss how we can help you

concept creation using a colour pallet or a mood board to get the look and feel correct.