You need a logo whether you are a beginner LNC or an experienced one who recognizes the need to refresh your brand.
Your logo conveys who you are. A stylish logo encapsulates your brand; you’ll use it across all of your marketing.
A logo is essentially an image – often incorporating your company name – which will act like a calling card so that people can easily identify your company. It serves to easily remind them of who you are.
Listen in as Pat Iyer chats about these points
- What makes a good logo and also how can you make your logo unique?
- What is a mood board and why you should have one
- Ways to come up with a concept for your logo
- Should you design your own logo or outsource it?
Related Product: Discover, Define and Deliver a Brand that Shines
Branding is the true foundation of any legal nurse consulting business. You need a clear brand that shines. (This is not just a logo or marketing strategy, but a BRAND).
Without a brand that shines, then your legal nurse consulting marketing efforts and sales efforts are not as efficient. You must have a brand that shines to stand out from competition and to build IMMEDIATE trust, likability, value, and confidence for your prospects.
- Do you have a brand that shines? Is it clear and consistent?
- Do you feel disconnected from your brand?
- Are you reluctant to hand out your business card because it isn’t YOU?
- Do you wish you had a step-by-step guide to creating a brand that can compete with the best of the best?
Jena Rodriquez, who is a brand specialist, created this one-hour online training: Discover, Define and Deliver a Brand that Shines. In this training you will learn:
- How a clear definition of branding relates to your business
- That the strategy Jena outlines will help you attract more ideal clients and secure repeat business
- the 6-step process for getting results in discovering, defining and delivering a brand that shines
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Pat founded, grew and sold a successful legal nurse consulting business that had annual sales in the 7 figures. Pat created logos for her businesses, usually with the help of talented graphic artists.