Discovery and Brand Audit
With a brand discovery and audit, C42D can help you understand the business issues you face so that we can co-design an effective strategy for you. That understanding will inform all of our work together.
Every business is a brand, especially a fast-growing, one-of-a-kind company. Your success is rooted in a strong brand that resonates with your clients, customers, and audiences. Simply put, building your brand builds your business.
Brand Identity Design
Your brand identity should be working for your business, not against it. A brand identity is more than just a logo. It’s the expression of your brand, the consistent touchstone your customers experience no matter where they are in the sales cycle, and the promise your employees deliver to them. It is your heart and mind made real.
Web and Digital Design
Digital design is more than just building a website. Your digital ecosystem is your most important lead conversion and sales tool. It requires careful planning and consideration into decisions on navigation, user flow, calls to action, information architecture, and content strategy.
We’re in the business of helping our customers win more business. Whether it’s lead generation, brand awareness, or closing deals, we’ll apply our creative magic to move the needle.
Customer Engagement and Retention
Unicorn brands need to increase market share rapidly while boosting revenue per customer. That’s an unending challenge, but robust digital marketing tools are there to help. Of course, navigating this fast-changing landscape burns valuable hours, energy, and budgets.
We’re on a mission to make a difference in the world. It’s our goal to launch companies who are solving impossible problems, inventing the future, or improving the lives of everyone on the planet. A lofty goal for sure — and we won’t get there overnight — but it all starts with a single step. Perhaps you’ll join us for this journey.
In the strange, early life of a hot Silicon Valley start-up, marketing can be as consequential as reality. Early generation tech start-ups, after all, often competed based on technology and engineering alone; now, investors are increasingly looking at companies that seize on cultural trends in catchy ways.