“Consumer brands need to standout for the crowd”
say what! creates b2c (business to consumer) brand marketing campaigns for our clients that break through the noise.
Here are some of the b2c case studies that the say what! brandLove team has developed.
Contact say what! to see how we can help your b2c marketing.
The not-for-profit branding campaign for the UJE (Ukrainian Jewish Encounter) organization based in Toronto and Kiev.
SwissRidge Kennels had a collection of content deep existing high ranking websites that needed to be merged into one mobile friendly site without losing their google status.
Canadian based guitar maker needed to build their brand around the world.
J. Addison School
J. Addison School was in need of a website to attract students from around the world.
Harry James Group
The Harry James Group wanted to increase their brand presence with the 55+ sector of the financial service industry.
Fine dining restaurant wanted to change their brand from fine dining to fun dining.
Sherlase Clinic website
The creation of a customer driven website that shows why the Sherlase Clinic staff are the Skin Coaches of Markham.
here's what our clients think of us
“A good musician is technically proficient but a great musician feels the music. The same is true of a great marketing company, they have to feel your message before they can bring your unique story to life. No one does that better than Say What!
For more than 25 years Grant has partnered with us to infuse a vibrant beating pulse into all things Harry James.”
“WOW, WOW, WOW this is amazing!!!
I love my new website.
It was worth all the work and effort that went into it. I know I was reluctant to switch but so happy I did and I couldn’t be happier with the increased traffic and my new look 🙂
THANK YOU for helping me with this!”
“The creative team of Claudia from PMS and Grant from say what! have brought to the UJE is magical.
They have helped us truly define and present our complex message as a world class brand on a global basis and consistently in two languages, English and Ukrainian!”