A big idea is not enough, it’s what you do with it.
We can help you evaluate the real level of customer need and how your idea stands up against what’s already in your target market.
In an increasingly cluttered market place, branding, both internal and external, matters now more than ever. We know how to develop effective brands.
Investment & Crowdfunding
Seeking investment to get an idea to market can be challenging. We can help with investor introductions and manage crowd funding campaigns.
By combining our services, we can help you to achieve a successful launch by ensuring maximum consumer and market response.
"Brandrefinery delivered each step of the way hitting every target and deadline. The end product has resulted in a great response from our market, improving our sales and brand."
Ed Ward, Director & Founder, Veglo
"Brandrefinery's work has directly led us to to sign off a substantial tooling charge based on a foundation of market interest. I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending them to others seeking to promote their product or service.
Martin Dubbey, Founder, BloXsafe
"Brandrefinery really understood our product and our mission and created a perfectly fitting packaging solution. They were responsive to our requirements and flexible with any changes that we wished to make. Throughout the project they exhibited an excellent knowledge of the market."
Adam Kittow, Tofuture
"In a short space of time, Brandrefinery helped us to identify and secure qualified distribution opportunities for our new wireless solar powered keyboard. Our campaign was supported by well written Press Releases that helped attract industry attention and secure additional press coverage from respected consumer electronic review sites."
Barry Jenkins, G24 Power Ltd
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