Moving Your Brand Into the Age of Meaning: It’s Not a Trend, It’s Survival
The Age of Meaning has significant impact on business visions, brand management, and marketing execution.
In today’s fast-changing and competitive marketplace, it is hard to maintain a distinct and meaningful difference in the hearts and minds of people.
It seems that as soon as you make a product improvement or change your service offering, your competitors are there either matching you or upping you one.
There is another playing field available for your brand; one that most brands are blind to.
It’s the field of meaning.
A brand creates meaning by bridging the gap between what the brand can do for people – and what people feel they need today.
In the past, this was a relatively short and easy gap to bridge.
Brands offered new, interesting and unique options.
People wanted stuff.
Now many brands look a lot like the others.
At the same time, more and more people are tired of simply consuming stuff, and are looking for brands that can help them realize their values, needs, interests and aspirations.
They are seeking out brands that can help them find their rightful place in the world.
We help our clients bridge this gap and find a far more meaningful position for their brands.
Download one of our top white papers The Age of Meaning and learn more about
- The implications of the journey to the Age of Meaning
- How The Age of Meaning differs from The Age of Opulence and how to embrace this shift and make a meaningful transition
- What The Age of Meaning implies for the future
Emotive Brand is a San Francisco branding agency.
Cartoon by Hugh McLeod.