Branding Questionnaire 

The following questions will help me hone in on the unique elements of your business. Answer them as best you can and it’s okay to skip questions you don’t know the answers to just yet. I will go over these questions and your answers later to clarify the important elements of your company and your project. Thank you for your time and enjoy!

Name *
Name
If you have one. If not, no worries, we can work on that!
Phone
Phone
Mailing Address
Mailing Address
Or place of business.
What services are you interested in?
When is your ideal deadline?
When is your ideal deadline?
Please keep in mind that I will do my best to accommodate your ideal deadline, but this will vary depending on each project and my current workload. If you don't have a deadline in mind, that's fine as well just leave this section blank.
Let's Begin!
Feel free to write as much as you like. Keep in mind the more you tell me the more I’ll understand you and your company.
Please provide a general statement about your services. Then, list your specific services with a description and any important details.
How did you decide that you wanted to run your own business? Was there a specific moment and if so, please describe it below.
If you don't have a business name yet, do you have any ideas? If so, write them below. If not, no worries, just skip to the next question.
List at least three and feel free to write more.
Describe your target demographic.
Describe their values, interest, etc.
Please try your best to use adjectives. I'm looking for describers, not verbs or nouns, to help me understand the "feel" of your company.
Try to be as concise as possible and write as if your describing your company to a possible client.
Branding Style Section
These next set of questions you don't have to answer if you don't know yet. They are simply here to give me a better understanding of your style.
List them and explain why.
Congratulations! You're finished!
Thank you for answering these questions! I know these can be tough to answer and may seem unnecessary, but they will help me better understand you and your company. Cheers! -Alicia G.