Rebox Proudly Awarded Amongst Canada’s Best B2B Companies

Today, marketing leaders are struggling to distill their own brands and present messages that are clear and pure. They are guessing as to what they think makes them unique and valued. Their value propositions are unclear and often cloudy leading to a diluted brand whose messages are meaningless and empty. As Canada’s first B2B Brand Distillery, Rebox is a firm focused on helping marketing leaders find their way. Rebox separates the impurities of the brand from its essence to get to the heart of who our clients are, leaving a well-distilled brand that drives our client’s reputation and ultimately their revenue.

In recognition of our efforts, we’ve been named among the top high-quality branding services in Canada by Clutch, a B2B ratings and review resource.

We’d like to thank our wonderful clients, who took part in project-specific interviews with Clutch analysts, for helping us achieve this award. Our clients graded us on our performance along the lines of quality, project management, attention to deadlines, and communications just to name a few. In reflection of this data, we’re happy to report that we’ve received 4.5 out of five stars on our Clutch profile.

Take a look at a recent review down below:

“It’s an honor to be recognized for our efforts within the B2B space,” said the President of Rebox, Robert Schmidt. “Our goal is to be an industry leader in distilling the finest B2B brands, and recognition from Clutch confirms we’re on the right track”.

We’ve also been recognized by Clutch’s two sister platforms, The Manifest and Visual Objects. The Manifest, a resource for talented agencies, has Rebox on their list of top B2B agencies. We also appear on Visual Objects leader’s directory as a top Canadian agency resource for advertising.

We’re thrilled to receive this award and can’t wait to help even more clients maximise their business potential. Please reach out if you or your business are interested in collaborating with Rebox today!

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Your Brand is a Puzzle. Have You Assembled the Pieces?

Running a business is like solving a puzzle. Lots of pieces need to fit together in a specific order. Some find it overwhelming while others solve the puzzle easily.

So how do you tackle a puzzle?

At Rebox, here’s how we go about it:

1) Gathering all the pieces: Assess what is in front of you. Flip over all the pieces and review what you have before you start. This will help construct a better perspective of what makes your brand unique.

2) Organize the message: Once all the pieces are on the table, categorize the information. Group similar-looking pieces to make it easier to assemble.

3) Time to assemble. As the puzzle starts to piece together, so do the materials that communicate the unified brand. (i.e. website, printed materials etc.) At this stage, the tone and brand are clarified as the puzzle comes together.

4) Present the brand. A puzzle that is assembled still looks like a puzzle. It is a mosaic that holds the shapes it took to build it. Similarly, a brand is the overarching identity of every company. When done well, the pieces come together under a unified message that is easily identifiable.

On National Puzzle Day, look at the puzzle called your brand. Is it a unified image or just a partial picture waiting to be assembled?

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Clean Your Desk!

This post was originally uploaded to our LinkedIn page on January 14th, 2020.

January always comes with resolutions. We promise to eat better, go to the gym and develop healthy habits. But what about workplace organization? 

 

Making it Happen

The Happiness Project author Gretchen Rubin gives examples on how to declutter your desk and office space that will lead to a happier outlook at work. Among some of her recommendations, she suggests the following: 

1) Toss unnecessary papers 

2) Don’t collect free swag 

3) Don’t get organized! 

This last suggestion is compelling: don’t get stuck telling yourself, “I need to get organized!” Instead, Rubin suggests to simply get rid of stuff. Chances are, you never needed those papers or files to begin with. 

A Clear Desk = A Clear Mind

Organization leads to control and controlling your space has had some serious benefits in the workplace. According to the Harvard Business Review, a workplace culture that has a high-performance rate with their employees gives them the space and ownership to autonomously control their environment. “…power of choice and autonomy drives not only employee happiness, but also motivation and performance.” One of a company’s biggest asset are the employees who live the company brand every day. 

So start by clearing space on your desk to kick-start the new year on a happier note.

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