Category Archives: Business Growth and Change

OnBusiness – The Signal Group

Branding, Marketing Package and Website Design

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Atlas Polar

Rebranding, Advertising Campaign, Identity & Website Design atlaspolar.com

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Adobe Systems Inc.

Advertising, eMarketing, Signage & Print Design www.adobe.com

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More on Proprietary Websites

I’ve written about what proprietary websites are in a previous post because I’ve had several clients, or prospective clients who have built sites on proprietary systems and run into trouble later on. They weren’t happy with the service or the fees and wanted us to take over management, refresh or expand it. Unfortunately, they were unable to move the site because it was built on a framework that belongs to someone else. Continue reading

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Building a Strong Brand

Brand is reflected in every interaction the outside world has with your company. It’s the emotional connection your audience has with your company. Building a really strong brand takes a lot of work. Any designer worth their salt can create a nice looking logo, but that won’t get far on its own. Continue reading

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Celebrating Ten Years… Back to Basics

Rapport celebrates it’s tenth anniversary this March which, of course, inspires much navel-gazing. I have been thinking about what got us here. What are we best at? Look how much has changed in the last 10 years! How we can continue building on that success in this changing world? Continue reading

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You Built It, Now What?

Would you build a big, beautiful building in the wilds of the Greater Toronto Area and expect people to just stumble in? There’s a lot of competition out there and visitors want to be engaged. You need to give them a reason to go to your site. Five ways to drive people to your site… Continue reading

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Getting Your Team Onboard With Your Brand

We hear many people express frustration that their employees, particularly their salespeople don’t utilize the brand properly. This often happens because they haven’t bought into it, it’s too difficult or they simply don’t know enough about it. Continue reading

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Panel Discussion Recap: Driving Corporate Growth Through Your Brand

We had a great seminar last Tuesday morning (June 21, 2011) with panelists Bruce Croxon, the founder of Lavalife, Joseph Pileggi, Director of Client Services at Thomson, Rogers Barristers and Solicitors, Terri Carson, Brand & Marketing Strategist, Rapport, Sandra McEwan, Vice President, Valuations Practice, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and moderator Faith Seekings. See the Top Brand Tips for Growth. Continue reading

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Common Challenges of B2B Marketers – Part II

Common wisdom in the sophisticated world of B2C marketing is “If you build something without fully understanding what the customer wants, you are probably not going to sell as much of it as you like”. Continue reading

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