Rebranding

News and Articles About Rebranding

Lobster Went From Prison Food to Delicacy. Your Product Can, Too. (Infographic)
Infographics

Lobster Went From Prison Food to Delicacy. Your Product Can, Too. (Infographic)

The 'cockroach of the sea' wasn't always so swanky. It was cleverly rebranded. Dig into the creature's remarkable tale to learn how you can boost perception of your product's value.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
You're Rebranding. Should You Change Your Company Culture?
Company Culture

You're Rebranding. Should You Change Your Company Culture?

Rebranding presents a unique opportunity to examine a company's cultural climate in light of its goals.
Greg Mason
Make Customers Fall in Love With Your Brand
Branding

Make Customers Fall in Love With Your Brand

By building on mutual understanding, a brand and its customers can move into more serious, long-term relationships that benefit both parties
Mark Flaharty
6 Ways New CEOs Can Lead an Established Company Through Change
Leadership

6 Ways New CEOs Can Lead an Established Company Through Change

How can a complete stranger walk into an established organization and expect to quickly transform the internal brand? It takes a lot of work.
Steve Pogorzelski
A Month-by-Month Strategy to Reinvent Your Personal Brand
Personal Branding

A Month-by-Month Strategy to Reinvent Your Personal Brand

Be authentic but don't leave your brand to chance. By starting now, you can be confident of the impressions you make by this time next year.
Lida Citroƫn
Playboy CEO: Nudity Could Completely Vanish From the Brand
Playboy

Playboy CEO: Nudity Could Completely Vanish From the Brand

How Scott Flanders is cleaning up an aging American empire by leaning on its legacy and pushing its digital potential.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Crumbs Dials Back on Cupcakes to Play Up New Products
Crumbs Bake Shop

Crumbs Dials Back on Cupcakes to Play Up New Products

With a new owner at the helm, the cupcake chain is continuing its post-bankruptcy comeback by introducing ice cream and more gluten-free products.
Kate Taylor
Why France Is Rebranding the 'Doggie Bag'
Restaurants

Why France Is Rebranding the 'Doggie Bag'

A new campaign seeks to overcome long-held stereotypes that asking for leftovers is either stingy or piggish.
Geoff Weiss
The 6 Scary Truths About Becoming an Entrepreneur
Challenges

The 6 Scary Truths About Becoming an Entrepreneur

The haunting, messy reality of running a business is at times painful -- yet it's also exhilarating.
Stacey Alcorn
Microsoft Ditching the 'Nokia' and 'Windows Phone' Brands for 'Microsoft Lumia'
Microsoft

Microsoft Ditching the 'Nokia' and 'Windows Phone' Brands for 'Microsoft Lumia'

The new name and branding will be rolled out in the next coming weeks, beginning with France.
Benjamin Kabin
7 Steps to a New Image for Your Small Business Without Spending Much
Image

7 Steps to a New Image for Your Small Business Without Spending Much

A bit of color, tweak the logo, optimize for mobile and, voila! It's a fresh new look.
John Boitnott
'Brand Equity' Is an Intangible That's Worth Real Money
Branding

'Brand Equity' Is an Intangible That's Worth Real Money

The resurrection of Arthur Andersen as a brand name is a compelling example of the enduring value of a company's reputation.
Jennifer Connelly
Reviving Your Brand to Save Your Business
Rebranding

Reviving Your Brand to Save Your Business

To revive a brand and put the company back on the right track, take the time to assess strengths and weaknesses, understand the brand's value to customers and communicate that story consistently.
Keao Caindec
Rumors Swirl Over Apple's Plan for Beats
Apple

Rumors Swirl Over Apple's Plan for Beats

Will they or won't they? Apple's grand plan for Beats Music remains under wraps.
Nina Zipkin