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Good-Better-Best: Improved Approach to Rebrand Planning

Take the guesswork out of developing a plan for your physical touchpoints during a rebrand.

Using a Planning Methodology

The Good-Better-Best method of planning allows you to take control of how your brand will appear in the market place and what the budget will be to achieve that.
There are many ways to produce each sign type and they all have a different price point, appearance, and lead time. This method will help uncover which is the best fit for your needs.

Our Good-Better-Best Scenario Planning methodology displays the different options in a way that is simple to understand and allows you to make better informed decisions, when selecting your preferred treatment across your signage touchpoints.

Discover how we use this method in our Planning services and how it can benefit your next rebrand.

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InBank Case Study

A 100 year old brand goes through a brand refresh, with a modern vision for next 100 years. InBank trusted Implementix to managed the signage conversion from start to finish, allowing them to focus their efforts on other important aspects of the brand refresh.

Implementix Jun 14 2019

Simon Case Study

To showcase a brand-refresh, Implementix helped convert a fleet of unique asset types (mixer trucks, construction equipment, etc.), as well as necessary physical signage in a short period of time within a specified budget.

Implementix Jun 13 2019

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Implementix Team Dec 8 2018

To Outsource or Not Outsource?

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