Your vibe attracts your tribe

You know that feeling when you meet a new customer and you just.... click? You know straight away that you're both on the same wavelength; you both get it and you just know that you're going to have a great time working together.

Wouldn't it be just peachy if every client was one of those?

It's true what they say - your vibe attracts your tribe. Send out the right message, and they will come. Let me show you how...

Proud to Present: an elegant brand identity for Natasha Spencer Weddings & Events

The oh so wonderful Natasha is one of those people who sweeps in with bundles of energy and a confidence that means you know stuff will just get done. She's completely obsessed with weddings and spreadsheets, and has an innate bossiness which makes her the perfect person to be in charge of planning a wedding or party! You just know that a Natasha Spencer event will be stylish, flawless and go off without a hitch. Natasha approached Ditto to create a brand identity that'd set the expectation for high standards and impeccable service; it's been an absolute joy to work with her. Here's her story.

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Three brilliant new packages to make your brand magic

Ditto is about so much more than creating a beautiful visual identity. We'll inspire you, give you focus and confidence, and help you explore untapped opportunities within your business. We’ve created three brilliant new packages which have been designed to make our inspiring and encouraging mentoring style more accessible for business owners who would like a piece of the Ditto magic to give their business some welly. You can now tap into our wealth of branding and marketing expertise from as little as £175 plus VAT.

On deciding the right time to invest in branding your business

I often speak to business owners who are unsure at what point they should invest in their branding. Do you go big with your branding right at the beginning? Is it better to do your branding 'properly' once your business has gathered a bit of steam? And what if you're running an established business - when is the right time then?