Whoever said that products need to be drab, plain and boring?
Yes, the products that you’re using in your outlets can sometimes be dreary-looking objects with a more practical, rather than an aesthetic, use. Nowadays, however, it is not necessary to sacrifice one for the other. Why not have both? Why not also make the product your marketing tool?
Creating a logo is one thing. Placing it on all of your products is another: From tea chests to coffee mugs, from vinegar sprayers to bottle openers, from menus to bread bags, we have got your catering branding needs sorted. Such an investment serves an essential double purpose: Besides the obvious aesthetic purpose, there is an underlying advertising thought process behind such a decision. Clients’ selfies and food photos would now be showing a dish bearing your logo. Isn’t that great subtle promotion?
Extensive promotion of your brand and logo is not only an incredible method to boost your marketing to outsiders, but it also nourishes a confident, positive culture inside your company which will inadvertently make your brand the one that clients and staff identify with. The first clients that need to become used to the brandare always the staff and work-place members: in turn, breeding such a culture will make the approach to external talk easier and more natural.
Focus on the minor details, and the large ones tend to take care of themselves. Make your catering look the look and talk the talk.