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3 Practices to adopt in brand management

By February 23, 2017 No Comments

Why is brand management so important?

One important aspect every company must improve on is brand management. It is the assessment and planning of brand perception. It often determines how accepted a brand will be and its overall success. An experienced brand manager can successfully build an extensive list of loyal and engaged customers. With the continuous influx of competitors into the market, regulations, costs, and budgets, brand management can turn Hercules’s task. To successfully manage challenges that sometimes come up in the course of brand management, companies must adopt the following practices.

Ensure proper organization

Work and processes flow freely when there is a working structure and efficient organization. This includes delegating roles and responsibilities to each member of the organization, proper documentation of practices and strategic procedures. Most establishments hire too many hands without proper coordination, and this often hampers the execution of projects. Also, lack of structure affects effective brand management. It is essential that brand managers and marketers can simplify the complexities of the action process through an efficient organization.

Versatility and Flexibility

Any company who wants to build a successful brand image must not be frigid regarding healthy practices, rules, and frameworks. There must be a balance between consistency and adaptation. This will give the brand the opportunity to adjust to market trends, new opportunities, and inventions. It is important that being flexible in brand management practices should not in any way hamper or negate the core principles of the company.

Use guardians in your brand management

Consistency is an important key to a sustainable establishment. This consistency must reflect in strategies, brand identities, activations and marketing, and there must be at least one person in the organization for that role. They function as guardians and are there to make sure the company follows its set of core values. They have the role of advising the marketing team on strategic matters like communications, positioning, adaptation and consistency.

The success of a brand is greatly reflected through brand building and proper implementation of plans. It is often a challenging process—one that requires patience and of course, consistency.

Marco de Groen

Marco de Groen

A flying Dutchman who is Graphic Designer  Multimedia Designer | Webdesigner | Blogger | Illustrator | Infographics | Social Media | Brand Manager | Branding | Owner/Founder Asian Customs and The Daily Roar and Blackstone Design

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