Brand strategy training

Do your teams know what a good brand strategy looks like? Are you sure? If your brand onion brings you to tears, we can help.

Our brand strategy workshops will help your teams understand what a real brand vision needs to do and show you how to build one that works for you.

To find out how we do it, keep reading. Or, if you can’t wait to get started, get in touch for a chat.

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What do we do?

We run interactive fun and practical workshops taught by our team of expert brand strategists.

There aren’t any complicated theories to learn and you’ll leave with an understanding of what a successful brand looks like and how to align your brand vision with your customer and employee experience.

As part of the training, you’ll also learn:

  • What a brand strategy is and how to develop one
  • How to use insight to understand the market and drive decisions
  • Target audience analysis
  • How to hone a brand vision, proposition and values
  • How to present your brand strategy to key stakeholders and get buy-in
  • How to align your brand strategy with your customer and employee experience

Why we’re different

Our experience

Our brand strategy consultants, consumer market research specialists and customer and employee engagement experts have helped hundreds of clients with their brand strategy.

Our energy

Let’s face it, a lot of training courses are boring. Not this one. Our trainers are creativity and innovation experts and deliver engaging, fun and interactive workshops that you’ll remember.

Our approach

We develop bespoke workshops for every client. No two sessions are the same and there’s no one- size-fits all approach.

Our clients

We’ve worked with leading UK and global brands including LEGO, Greene King and David Lloyd to help them understand what a brand strategy is and how to use it.


“I knew that if we were going to try and develop our core values and ensure that they truly differentiated us and were owned by the team, we need to work with an expert.”

Glenn Earlam, CEO, David Lloyd