A strong brand that is aligned with your business and values builds TRUST.
It helps you clarify your message.
Reach the right people.
Make meaningful connections.
You like to do things your own way… Am I right? Maybe you’re a bit of a rebel 😉
If so, you’ve come to the right place. I believe that our brand should express not only what our business is about, but also who we are and what we stand for; it should reflect our unique expression of our authentic selves.
To build a strong brand, it needs to have a strong foundation. You may have a logo and colour palette, and even some brand guidelines in place, which is wonderful! But something is missing… if only you knew what it was!
You want people to know it’s you when they see your logo or colours, whether they are on your website, or Facebook, or any other social media platform. And you want them to remember you – for all the right reasons!
Maybe what you need is a more solid and cohesive brand.
Why is this important? Because it will be the difference between being recommended and being forgotten. When someone asks for recommendations, you want to be the first person that comes to mind – and for that, you have to be findable, recognisable, memorable, and consistent.
Here’s how I help my clients achieve exactly that – perhaps I can help you, too?
Work with me
Zesty Brand Review
Find out if you’re ready for that rebrand, or if a few tweaks will get you back on track.
The Zesty Rebrand
Not just a logo and colour palette, but all the foundations you need to grow your business.
What clients say about working with Zesty (I like to call these ‘zestimonials’ 😉 )
“Esther has created a wonderful make-over of my brand, bringing it more into alignment with me and the energy of my business…
Ruth Toledo Altschuler
Flower Essence Practitioner
“Thank you for the most excellent Brand Integrity session. It has inspired me, helping me see the strengths of what I have…
Curious to see if I can help you build a more memorable and recognisable brand?
Let’s have a virtual chat with a real cuppa. That’s English for ‘cup of tea’ 🙂 (You can have coffee if you like, of course!)