BEN TAYLOR BUILDS BRANDS AND CULTIVATES INNOVATION.
Ben Taylor, creator of The INTEL Method™, is the former Chief Marketing Officer of BamBams Manufacturing, a global private label manufacturer and promotional products supplier that has offices and facilities in the United States and China, and services small businesses to Fortune 25 clients with strong brand strategy, product development, supply chain management, and digital strategy. Prior to joining BamBams, Ben founded TailorMedia Group™ and served as the Director of Marketing for Zippy Shell, where he developed their marketing program, helping fuel their growth as an INC 500 company and an Inc.com’s top Franchise List. Ben began his career serving in the United States Marine Corps.
“Ben is energetic, captivating, and informative. If brand building is your mission, you’re missing out by not having him speak at your event.” – Ryan, Eventscape
TAKE THE FIRST STEP TO MAKING YOUR BRAND MORE VALUABLE.
If you’re like many lifestyle brand owners, you’re constantly trying different ways to increase the value of your brand, further your reach and strengthen your supply chain. Ben’s Lifestyle Brand Checklist will put you on the path to accomplishing your goals. You’re already killing it by simply doing what you’re doing, living and breathing the lifestyle that embodies your brand. But, chances are, you’re missing out on a stronger and larger audience, or nailing down the right supply chain for your brand. In this checklist, we’ll discover:
- Your brand’s purpose
- Your brand’s advantage
- Defining your audience
- Securing the right supply chain for your brand
Your fans, the world, and you need you to continue to improve your brand. Expanding upon your audience, becoming more profitable, and developing the best supply chain will improve upon your foundation to give your brand the longevity and impact on the world that you want it to. Think of brands like Patagonia, Levi’s, and Nike. Patagonia’s Mission Statement is to “Build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.” Patagonia grew out of a small company that made tools for climbers to become the lifestyle brand for outdoors enthusiasts. Do you want to stay where you’re at, or become iconic? Sign up now for Ben’s checklist now and you’ll also receive exclusive content from his weekly email full of tips on how to make your brand more valuable.