As a brand owner who is sourcing co-packers and pitching vendors, it is perfectly understandable to be apprehensive about releasing your carefully crafted and tested ideas out into the universe. The consumer goods game can be cutthroat - the struggle is real, and the fear is legit. Knowing how to arm yourself properly is key to thwarting concept capers. Below is practical and effective advice to consider when protecting what is yours. 1.) Sign an NDA A non-disclosure agreemen
By Emily Page 2/27/2019 As a brand owner, you have a million competing priorities. When you sit down to create your "TO DO" list how do you identify the priority? Is it by focusing on the largest burning raging fire emergency? Or do you pick the creative fun product development that gets you jazzed up like imaging and sourcing the next SKU on your product line? I believe your #1 priority should be determined by asking yourself the question: "What can I do today to drive our s
If just ordered packaging here are 5 things you probably didn't think about but should of: 1) Your packaging structure and artwork will directly effect your sales. Invest in looking good to get sales.
If you're using cheap materials, nonexistent brand guidelines, and sloppily executed packaging artwork you might feel like you're being a brand hero and saving money. The problem is customers will see this and NOT buy your product no matter how great it is. It takes so much wo