Brand Building

Helping creatures take respite in your brand, product, solution, or action depends a great deal on if they are comfortable with what and how your goods deliver from a creature perspective.

The final frontier, brand doesn't have an address.

Organizations and business alike are spending a lot of time and vesting considerable resources in this elusive thing called “brand.” Often misunderstood, brand in the non-profit sector is steeped in an organization’s ability to effectively deliver on its mission in a way that’s relevant to stakeholders. Results, track record, reputation, way of organizing, how the work happens are all the internal organs of brand in the non-profit sector. For-profit brands also defined by many of the same attributes. But that's only half of it. The other half is the value assigned to the organization as the audience perceives and experiences it.

Creaturekind helps clients demystify this process and apply brand principles in a way that is relevant to unique causes, products or services.


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Audiences long
for safe respite
Does your
market pass
right through?

Or do they stop
and stay awhile?
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Case studies tell
the story
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For many products or services; brand is about being authentic and true to the underlying values that connect your solution or vision with customers or constituents in a meaningful, memorable and sustainable way. In the for profit sector this often translates into keeping close tabs on customers and their perception of your goods brand value in the larger marketplace. In the social change sector, brand and segmentation are two of the most under realized opportunities yet to be tapped.


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brand fresh
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"...We also have a high level of buy-in from staff and volunteers behind our new brand, and have received nothing but positive comments across the board. I suppose one of the greatest benefits was proceeding through a well-crafted open & democratic process that made us think about our public-facing appearance (and audience) for the first time in our organization's history." Communications Director, Montana Conservation Voters MCV branding & c3/c4 web relaunch