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What we do

We help deep tech companies stand out to attract investors, clients and talent more easily.

Performance, data-driven branding makes sales, fundraising and recruiting easier.

Before

Details about what poor branding results in: Long sales cycles, difficult fundraising and difficulty to hire key talent

After

Details about what great branding results in: Shorter sales cycles, easier fundraising and attraction of great employee talent

How we do it

We run workshops to help you get up to speed quickly, or we operate like your own CMO to help you bring your product to market.

Performance Branding Workshops

We run Brand Workshops, spanning either 1 or 4 weeks depending on your maturity level.

Our workshops are a 5 or 20 day process focused to solve a critical challenge or business problem of your startup through branding, design and marketing.

During that timespan, we work with you and a few relevant experts on branding, sales, prototyping or technological transfert.

If you're a deep tech startup ready to go from the lab to the mainstream, let's chat and figure out together if your company might benefit from a workshop.

Outputs:
> Personalized branding guide
> Graphic design archive
> Tone and voice guide
> Branding content (photography, motion design, 3D models...)
> Website audit and/or redesign
> Brand and marketing monitoring internal tools setup
> Relevant brand surveys

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How to build the Future

A full guide to performance branding for deep tech startups.

No buzzwords, no cliches.

Read the guide now to understand how you can make your deep tech startup stand out from the crowd.

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Case Studies

We work with companies
exploring new territories.

Notes

Articles and quick notes about how frontier technologies become mainstream.

“Technology that doesn’t find a job fails.”

- Des Traynor

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