Based in the South West, you can’t help but love our counties’ food offerings and here at Bluestone360, we’re all real foodies at heart. Not only do we enjoy the work we do with start-ups and challenger brands in the Food & Drink Industry helping to bring their brands to life, but we’ve also got the proven experience working with larger foodie brands and hope that we can bring some value and experience to share with our membership.
This year is already passing us by quickly, and in light of current events we are offering free business support. This business marketing support and advice with our years of on and offline experience we hope will help you find ways to adapt in the current situation.
We are also currently running free brand, marketing and digital reviews, which is done online via video call or phone call. These reviews are designed to bring together all the essential elements that will help drive brand success by building the brand from a firm base of understanding of what it is trying to achieve, who it wants to engage with and what it truly stands for. We feel that if you’re clear about your brand, its values and where you want it to go, then you’ll be able to set the pace in your marketplace and keep ahead of the competition. Or if you’re looking for alternative ways during these uncertain times, then we can help with that too.
We know these times are tough, but if you usually don’t get a chance to take a step back and look from your business from the outside, now might be a good time. We’re here if you have any questions and would be happy to assist where we can.
Some Examples of Foodie brands we’ve worked with...
Kernow Sausage Co.
Gavin Roberts began his company in 2007 with the perfect product—a genuine locally-produced artisan sausage with an engaging story —but the existing brand and marketing did not express the company’s passion and true local values. Read more here.
The Flavourworks: Re-energising the brand
Working closely with The Flavourworks team, we began by creating a mood-board and revisited the core brand values to help define the need to change the brand identity and language. As part of this process, we also pitched the idea of a name change to The Flavourworks to tie in with the new visual identity. Read more about our work with them here.
Jake & Nayns’
A fast-growing convenience food company run by two brothers that marries the vibrancy of street food with a handheld snack. We’ve been on a journey with them since 2015, helping them evolve and achieve domination in the growing Food-to-go UK market. With an authentic product in hand, they needed a new brand name, website, a new visual language and a social media strategy that would communicate their passion for world flavours and convenience foods. Read on here.
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