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Branding Your New Horse Business
- Will people remember my business? - Will people feel positively about my business?Recognition and positivity means returning customers and a thriving business. Let’s look at the 5 steps it takes to build a great horse business brand.
1. Visual branding.
Often, when people think ‘branding’ they think of a company’s logo. It’s an important way to make your business recognisable.A good brand does the following things: - Means something to the customer. A logo needs to ‘click’ with a customer – it needs to make sense. A customer should know what industry you’re in when they look at your logo. - Means something to the business owner. Sometimes a logo means something special to the business owner that isn’t obvious to consumers. The Apple logo, for example, represents the story of Isaac Newton discovering gravity. It has a connection for employees. Your own logo should have a special meaning to you that reminds you why you do what you do. - Looks good. This is an obvious one! You want people to feel positively when they see your logo. Make it look nice. - Is easy to recognise. Clients need to be able to distinguish between your logo and the logo of competitors. You can’t use a standard horse image. A good test is the ‘squint test’. If you can still recognise your logo when squinting, you’re doing it right! Here are some really great examples of horse-related logos.