Tag: Branding

Importance of Logo Design

One of the first thing entrepreneurs do once forming a company is to put together a company logo. A company logo is part of the brand identity and often sets the tone on how your customers, competitors and other partners will perceive your brand. But it’s not just about perception – it’s also about getting…

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Anne Mccormack

From the Classroom to the Course

Hello, my name is Anne McCormack. I am a rising sophomore at Babson College and would like to share my summer internship experience in the hope that it may benefit others. To begin, I would tell incoming first years at Babson that throughout the school year, it is quite easy to become caught up in…

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Yerim Kim

Rebranding and Telling Your Story

On March 10, Brianna Stiklickas’15, founder and CEO of Meet Eugene, joined the Butler Venture Accelerator program for a peer to peer session on her story of rebranding the company and different wants to tell your story effectively. Meet Eugene is an exotic pet food company that currently focuses on pet foods for hedgehog. Stiklickas said that…

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Rachel Kim

What’s Your Brand?

Ted Schleuter, chief brand officer and the founder of Crunch Brands, was recently on campus to share his insight on branding. He was currently part of various assignments such as Unreal Candy, Sperry Top-Sider, New Balance, Pan-Mass Challenge and Aceso. Schleuter has been wtih Digitas, Arnold Worldwide and Greco Ethridge Group. Schleuter created Crunch Brands for…

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Natalie Cullings

In Advertising, It’s All About The Strategy

While the summer temperature is only starting to heat up, my internship is in full-swing as I began my fourth week as a strategy/research intern at Mechanica USA. It’s been a great experience so far and I’m looking forward to my continual exposure to the industry as the summer progresses. So you might be wondering,…

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Stepping Up with Social Media

I spent the last couple of days researching a new tool in the social media hub that allows users to post videos on their profile. The application to pioneer this tool is called Vine and it was recently acquired by Twitter when it launched earlier in January. This was my first time hearing about Vine…

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Iva Toudjarska

Mistakes that kill startups

We have all seen the statistics on startups’ demise- depending on the source and the industry the start-up is operating in the numbers are anywhere from 30 to 80 percent. Of course not all failures are created equal. Some of the most common mistakes credited with killing startups are going into business for the wrong…

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88 acres heads west….

On March 8-11, 60,000+ people convened in Anaheim, CA for Natural Products Expo West, one of the largest Natural/Organic Food Products shows in North America. 88 acres was able to send one-half of our founding team to check out the competition, network with the natural products community, and keep up to date on new trends…

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Tara Foley

All In A Name

I’m at that very social phase of starting my business—holding at least three meetings a day; introducing my concept to anyone who will listen; taking down tons of advice, guidance, and contacts—in order to set up even more meetings!  It’s an absolutely exhilarating and exhausting time, but it’s also helping me mold my concept into…

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Fan Bi

Identity Crisis: Building a Cohesive Marketing Brand

When starting your own company, getting caught-up in the nitty-gritty of bill payments, networking, and website or social media presence can leave you forgetting one of the most important fundamentals of entrepreneurship: defining your brand through your everyday business materials. When you address this, you take the first step in developing a well-recognized brand that…

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