The identity of a company and its perception on the market are constantly evolving, for this reason rebranding presents itself as an indispensable strategy to renew the corporate image and maintain the relevance and attractiveness of its business.

After deciding to embark on this path, how can a company effectively communicate its rebranding? This question takes on crucial importance in a competitive market like that of today, where the way a company presents itself and renews itself can make the difference between success and obsolescence.According to a study conducted by Forbes, communicating a brand consistently across major platforms can increase revenue by up to 23%. Strategies designed to communicate the rebranding effectively and consistently can therefore significantly contribute to increasing the brand's visibility in the market and improving customer loyalty.

In fact, rebranding, is not only a change of logo or corporate colors, but a profound transformation that concerns vision, mission and values that an organization is committed to follow. This process therefore requires careful strategic planning, which allows the new brand to be positively perceived by customers, partners and the market in general.In this article, we will explore the key strategies for communicating a rebranding to your customers, highlighting the importance of a coherent and engaging narrative that meets the needs of your target audience.

Consistent brand communication increases revenue by up to 23%.

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Strategies for communicating rebranding

As we have already stated, rebranding allows you to align the corporate image with the company's new business strategy, spreading the values to the target audience and attracting new segments of people. The adoption of a coherent and effective rebranding communication strategy, therefore, becomes a crucial factor to ensure its success in the short and long term. Let us find out how together:

Coherency. One of the most difficult challenges is ensuring that every aspect of rebranding communications reflects the company's new identity cohesively and uniformly. This includes not only the key message you want to convey but also the tone, style and content disseminated across all channels. The coherence of the message helps to build a strong and recognizable narrative, facilitating the process of memorization and identification by customers. Additionally, consistent communication reduces the possibility of contradictory or confusing messages that could undermine customer trust or create uncertainty about the direction the company is taking. It is important, therefore, that everything, from corporate colors to product packaging, is carefully aligned to strengthen the new market positioning. This effort at coherence must be sustained over time, not limiting itself only to the communication of the initial rebranding but continuing to be a constant practice.

Multichannel. The choice of different channels, such as emails, social networks, company website and print advertising, is essential to ensuring that the message permeates all segments of the audience. Each channel reaches a different audience and in different ways and the combined use of these tools allows you to maximize the reach and effect of the message. Emails can provide in-depth, personalized details, social media can create engagement and dialogue, the website can offer a complete and integrated presentation of your new chosen positioning, while traditional advertising can increase visibility and recognition. This holistic approach ensures that no audience segment is overlooked and that the message is communicated effectively and consistently across all channels.

Advance announcement. The key to how to communicate your rebranding to your customers starts with timely and transparent information. Communicating upcoming changes and the reasons behind these choices in advance allows customers to feel part of the process. This approach not only promotes transparency but also strengthens the relationship of trust between the company and its stakeholders. Providing details about what will change and why, whether it is a new logo, a change in company vision, or product and service updates, helps your audience understand and embrace the change. Clear and proactive communication demonstrates respect for the public and helps to better manage their expectations, minimizing any misunderstandings or negative surprises.

Timing: It is essential to establish a detailed timetable that outlines when and how the various phases of the rebranding will be communicated to different target audiences. This includes defining moments dedicated to the initial announcement, such as a dedicated event or an industry trade show, progressively updating marketing materials, launching the new website and modifying signs and products. Well-structured planning ensures that the message is delivered in an orderly and cohesive manner. Furthermore, well-planned timelines allow staff to be adequately prepared and trained, ensuring that all internal and external collaborators are informed and aligned with the new brand.

Emotive Storytelling. When communicating your rebrand, the use of emotional storytelling proves to be a powerful tool for creating a deeper connection with your audience. Through narration, the story of the brand can be weaved, connecting the past to the present and future of the company and illustrating how the new positioning represents its natural evolution. This type of narrative allows customers to perceive the new corporate image not as a sudden or radical change, but as part of a broader and more coherent story, which reflects the company's growth and adaptation to the new challenges posed by the market. Customers will feel like they are part of a journey and will better understand the motivation behind the change, thus identifying with the company's new values. This narrative approach transforms communication into a shared experience, strengthening the loyalty and support of customers, prospects and suppliers.

The Mail Boxes Etc marketing solutions allow you to revive company image, contributing to business development. MBE supports companies in capturing the attention of their target audience with effective and engaging communication. From e-mail marketing actions, to the printing of advertising materials, up to the creation of a coordinated corporate image, MBE helps companies strengthen their online and offline presence. Contact us to find out how our marketing solutions can boost your business growth.

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The optimal time to announce a rebranding varies depending on your specific business needs: it is important to choose a time when the message can be clearly conveyed and receive due attention.
The time required varies based on the size and complexity of the company. Typically, it can take a few months to a year, including planning, implementation and communication of the new brand.
Involving customers is key: this can be done through surveys, social media feedback or exclusive previews of the new brand.
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