Siegel+Gale’s research, developed in conjunction with SAP and Shift Thinking, and published in Harvard Business Review, suggests that digital brands operate and think differently from traditional brands. To explore this difference in mindset, this survey of 5,000 U.S. consumers asked them about 50 brands, both traditional and digital.
When companies approach branding firms like Siegel+Gale for guidance on merging two corporate or product brands, the request is typically for us to develop a name, logo, endorsement strategy and story for the new merged entity. In many cases, however, it’s not the right move to simply create and launch a new brand identity overnight. Merging brands is a process. It’s about transitioning equity, shifting perceptions and migrating customers.
Mergers and acquisitions are big business. With a record 3.2 trillion in M&A expected in 2018*, it’s not surprising that companies devote most of their attention and resources to the financial, operational and logistical components of a merger or acquisition. Focusing on the implications of how the merger or acquisition will affect the brand is less tangible, and therefore often put on the back burner or just plain neglected. Ultimately, that can be a costly mistake.
A recent study shows that organizations who invest in simplifying their workplace benefit from greater trust, advocacy, innovation and retention among employees. Despite this, 30 percent of employees find their workplace complex and difficult to navigate.
SMPL Q&A is a blog feature in which we interview experts on all things relevant to branding, design and simplicity. In this Q&A we speak with Toby Marks, associate strategist, about how to design a compelling brand experience.
Global brand strategy, design and experience firm Siegel+Gale today announced the findings of the seventh annual Global Brand Simplicity Index.
When the cyclical oil and gas industry experiences a global downturn, there’s a lot of uncertainty. How do we manage production? Where can we cut costs? When will prices return? Analysts predict, but nobody knows. In all of the complexity, there’s one thing we can count on—consolidation is inevitable.
Margaret Molloy speak to the fact that, although branding questions may not initially seem urgent, constant curiosity about brand is a key to unlocking M&A business value.
Margaret Molloy, global CMO and head of Business Development, compiles top stories on brand valuation that speak to how brand drives value.
This week we were featured in Forbes, Co.Design and Gulf News.
Global brand strategy, design and experience firm Siegel+Gale today announced the launch of its new Business Analytics and Insights services, focused on giving clients richer and more rigorous data, insights and business intelligence tools for brand management.