Alex Cibiri, CEO of Element Fitness, shares on the Sticky Branding Podcast how Element Fitness navigated the crisis to maintain revenue, avoid layoffs, and achieve a 90% member retention rate with a 9.8 Net Promoter Score. Alex speaks to pivoting, grit, and the spirit it takes to thrive in a crisis.
After a startling 90% drop in revenue, Gillian Stein, CEO of Henry’s, shares on the Sticky Branding Podcast her approach to leadership, navigating the crisis, and how Henry’s is innovating and coming out of the pandemic stronger than ever.
It’s here. Welcome to the first episode of the Sticky Branding Podcast. In our inaugural episode, Jeremy Miller — founder of Sticky Branding and host of Sticky Branding Podcast — sets the stage for what’s to come.
Next week marks a big shift for me and Sticky Branding. We are launching the Sticky Branding Podcast! 🥳 Before the podcast is released, I’d like to make an ask: help us make the Sticky Branding Podcast the podcast you want to listen to every week.
It doesn’t take long to realize the ROI — return on investment — from a rebrand. When you deliver the right message to the right market with the right call to action, you will see results.
Brand building is an effective metaphor. You can waste a lot of time and resources if you don’t lay a strong foundation. The foundation of your brand is your brand messaging. Without effective messaging, everything else is shaky and uncertain
When your customers know your brand, like it and trust it — they will choose it first. That’s what it means to have a Sticky Brand. Here’s how!
The Slingshot Strategy is a proven, step-by-step branding and marketing process to drive sales in three stages. Discover how Sticky Branding can help grow your brand.
Your brand is a work in progress. Mine too! But after periods of growth or rapid change you can feel like you’ve created a Frankenbrand. So we set out to change that. I am excited to announce the launch of Sticky Branding’s newest website.
There’s a strange disconnect in branding. We talk a lot about Tesla and Apple, but even mundane businesses have Sticky Brands. They’re who you learn from.
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