2nd April 2014

How far up the food chain are you?

We’ve developed our Brand Strength test to give businesses the chance to test the strength of their brands across a series of the core aspects of branding.

How does it work?

By posing a series of statements covering your vision, offer, image, culture and execution, and asking you to agree or disagree depending on how well your business is performing, we can paint a clear picture about the strengths and weaknesses of your brand. It really is that simple!

The test is free, takes just minutes and you will get an immediate breakdown of your scores. We will then send you a personalised report packed full of tips for branding success.

How can you use the scores?

With your detailed, personalized report, you can bring branding into the Board room using your results to inform discussion about where your business needs to invest in the future.

Maybe your results will surprise you, and refocus your efforts in areas you didn’t realise were important.

You may even decide to use the test as a fast and free benchmarking tool. By completing the test before and after any major marketing or branding work you commission, you can measure the success of your investment over time.

We suggest you get your entire leadership team to take the test and then compare scores. You may discover some interesting differences in the internal perceptions of your brand.

If you want to understand your scores further, we offer a free, no obligation consultancy call with our Head of Brand, Rebecca, who is happy to discuss your challenges.

What are you waiting for… take the test now! Let us know what you think.

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    Rebecca Battman

    Managing Director

    Rebecca is the Managing Director of rbl. An experienced brand and marketing professional, Rebecca has spent her 25-year career helping businesses to build, design and manage their brands.

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