The success hurdle

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By Iain Hamilton

Bringing brands to life to drive customer engagement, sales, and loyalty.

October 4, 2019

Reaching new heights in business can come with many challenges. How do you staff up to meet increased demand? Are your current employees the right future employees? Is your cash flow optimized? And importantly, does your brand fit higher expectations?

There comes a time when it’s appropriate to put away the toys and assume the leadership that you’ve worked hard for. With greater business success comes more intense scrutiny, whether from customer expectation, employee recruitment or investor relations directions.

Many businesses rightly startup with a focus on winning customers and cash reserves, and bootstrap whatever brand positioning they can. But success brings fresh challenges in the form of new competition, more complex marketing requirements and employee recruitment demands. Opportunities also increase – market visibility, strategic partnerships, and increased investment can hold the promise of riding momentum when addressed correctly.

Is your current brand plan optimized for this new future? Growth is a signal that your brand needs to be able to accommodate the larger demands on your business. Make sure your brand doesn’t stumble when the finish line is in sight!

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