Creative Packaging Design
Creative Packaging Design Your product packaging represents your brand and your promise to deliver a quality experience. Creative packaging design is important whether your selling teabags or iPads as you want to stand out in your customers mind and on the shelf. Well-branded products can create an emotional connection that helps build a long-term relationship
What’s in a brand name?
Choosing the right name for your business or a new product or service is one of the most important business decisions you are likely to make. According to one recent survey on brand awareness, 53% of consumers reported that the popularity of a brand name definitely affected their decisions when making purchases. However, today’s marketplace
Are your customers in the mood for buying?
In a crowded marketplace, there may be little to differentiate one product from another, so we go with the brand we trust – the one we feel provides the most value. Trust has both an emotional and a logical dimension. Even if we’re not engaging directly with a person when we’re contemplating a purchase –
Robbie kicks off Henley’s Living Advent Calendar!
The Henley Living Advent Calendar gets off to a rocking start with Robbie Williams tribute act, Robbing Williams, performing live to a large audience outside the town hall. This is the beginning of 24 evenings of fun and variety with FREE surprise performances which bring Christmas spirit to Henley and raise money for five local
Henley Living Advent Calendar 2014
Breathe Creative, were once again approached by the organisers of Henley’s Living Advent Calendar, to design the event’s marketing material. We are delighted to be able to use our creative skills to support this unique event and the benefitting charities. The Henley Living Advent Calendar is based on an original idea from Stockholm and runs
Mobile is now transforming our online world
In the same way that the web has revolutionised the way we do business, mobile is now transforming our online world. This year, mobile usage eclipsed the desktop in dramatic style: in January, mobile devices accounted for 55% of US Internet usage. Significantly, app usage is driving this trend: apps accounted for 47% of Internet