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Raihan JIbon
Jul 31, 2022
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Improvement. Vision the Vision Acts as a Guide for Every Action a Company Takes, So It Is Essential That You Understand Your Vision Before Moving Forward. Also, Maybe Over Time, Your Vision Has Changed. It Is Important That When You Define Your Vision, If You Do It as Quickly as Possible, Make Sure That All Employees Make Decisions with That Vision in Mind. When Rebranding, the Vision of the Company Affects Everything from the Redesign of the Website to the Hiring Process. Mission If the Vision Means the "What Is" of the Company, the Mission Is Your "How It Is". Maybe You're Still Going in the Same Direction, but the Way You're Getting There Changes. the Mission Is the Roadmap of the Company. When the Mission Changes, the Message Must Also Change, Which Is Why It Is as Crucial as the Vision in Rebranding. Values Your Values ​​Act as the Why Behind Your Brand. They Are the Reason You Are Working to Achieve Your Vision and executive list the Reason You Are Dedicated to Your Mission. But, as Brands Expand and Change, Some of Their Core Values ​​Can Become Unsustainable. If You Can't Support Your Old Values ​​Or Have Come to Prioritize New Ones, You'll Need to Update Them to Reflect What Your Company Truly Values ​​Today. Brand Voice as Your Vision, Mission, and Values ​​Change During Rebranding, the Way You Convey These Aspects of the Company Will Need to Change as Well. the Vocabulary, Tone and Voice You Use for Your Brand Must Match the Message. So If What You're Saying Is Changing, the Way You Say It Will Have to Change as Well. 4# Know Your Target Customers Once You Have a Clear Business Case for Rebranding , the Next Step Will Be to Conduct Independent Research on Your Company and Its Customers. If You're Trying to Break into a New Market, That Research
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