A brand is not just a name and a logo. When thoughtfully created, a brand's distinct value is reinforced in everything the company does stimulating performance in sales, marketing, and client retention.
We consider 4x3 to be the marketing arm of our company. They take the time to understand our needs on each project, and they’re able to effectively deliver a product that’s consistent with our brand and value proposition. They’ve played a pivotal role in the growth of our company. 4x3 understands our marketing goals, and they consistently deliver value to our business.
AGA Developers, a boutique builder in Philadelphia, wanted to make a bold statement by taking their brand message to the streets—literally. 4x3, which designed the firm's eye-catching logo, produced a transparent, wind-proof banner to advertise AGA's Frankford Square development in Fishtown (which, incidentially, came through the winter of 2013-14 with flying colors).
Business Branding: Signage and Banners
Whatever your branding challenge, 4x3 offers solutions customized to your specific business and marketing needs.
AGA's Comprehensive Branding Architecture
AGA Developers, a boutique builder, has seen great success with high-end residential and commercial developments in fashionable Philadelphia neighborhoods. In addition to designing and building AGA Developer’s main website, 4x3 has created three micro sites for their properties: South Square, Frankford Square and Trenton Stables. We also created a branding identity for AGA, , sub-branding for South Square, sub-branding for Frankford Square and sub-branding for Trenton Stables.
Beyond just a memorable logo, 4x3 has worked with AGA Developers to create a recognizable brand to increase the value of the company and make acquiring new customers easier.
Social media, viral videos, pop-up events—there’s lots of fun options these days for marketing your business. In all the enthusiasm for new media channels, some of the older strategies can get left by the wayside. When it comes to reach and ROI, however, sometimes there’s no better path than the tried-and-true press release.