Branding incubator sessions for startups and entrepreneurs
How to create your brand so it tells your story and leads your business to success.
You’ve had a brilliant idea for a business and now is the time to share it with the world. You want visitors to your website to engage with your vision, and you imagine handing over your business card to a potential new client with pride. Your branding is vital — it makes that critical first impression and it communicates your passion.
As a startup or an entrepreneur it is vital for your brand to be visible in a busy world and for it to communicate your story. It needs to look credible and professional so that you can establish yourself and connect with the right audience from the outset. This session will give you the basic tools you need to get up and running with confidence, and to create a brand that has impact so that you can get on with making your business a success.
In this hour-long session you’ll go through the fundamentals you need to create you brand, with plenty of examples and opportunities to ask questions. You’ll take home a resources sheet along with a signed copy of The Type Taster by Sarah Hyndman.
1-hour session £25 per person (up to five in a group)
This is a fast paced group session that will take you through the fundamentals you need to create a brand that has impact.
1-hour private branding review session £100
In a private session you can bring in your brand to review and discuss its potential for your business.
These 1-hour sessions will take place in the Type Tasting studio in London. Dates to be announced soon please get in touch to register your interest.
Sarah has worked in the design industry for over twenty years. She was an in-demand consultant for both WPP Group companies and exciting small agencies before setting up and running her own design business for a decade. Her long-term clients included the Almeida Theatre, Philharmonia Orchestra and Coutts Bank, and she created the branding for a wide range of startup businesses and prestigious events. Sarah is a regular D&AD judge; this year she is the jury president for the New Blood typography category. She has a Master’s degree from the University of the Arts London (distinction) where she also taught for six years alongside her commercial design practice.
The workshop is on the first floor of a converted Victorian Chocolate Factory overlooking a pretty cobbled courtyard surrounded by artist’s studios. It is nestled in a quiet street between Dalston and Stoke Newington (please note that access is via an external metal staircase). The nearest stations are Dalston Junction and Dalston Kingsland, and there are plenty of buses (the nearest stop is Princess May Road).
Dates to be announced, please get in touch to register your interest.
Studio photo by Aya Watanabe