Mighty Brand Design review by Meat Boss at Qualified.One

Mighty reviewed by Meat Boss

Mighty provided Brand Design for Meat Boss with approximate budget = Less than $10,000.

The rebranding campaign has produced tangible results and increased the business’s visibility. Mighty’s approach was equal parts personal and professional. The team was genuinely invested in the project’s success and valued the company’s input on the project.

Review summary:

Mighty provided a range of rebranding services for a restaurant. Projects included label and packaging design. Later the relationship expanded to include a website build and online marketing.

Dara Chinis Meat Boss, Head of Marketing

Rebrand and Website Design For Local Restaurant

Please find under a summary covering project details and feedback. The innate facts are kept as they are, private information is amended.

Introductory information

Please draw your structure.

We are a smoked meats and barbecue restaurant.

What is your position?

I superintend sales, catering, and marketing.

Desired goal

What business challenge were you trying to address with Mighty?

We have grown rapidly, and recently have gotten into the retail business by producing our own line of sauces that we are trying to sell in grocery stores and online. I didn’t have sufficient time to devote to marketing, so I determined to hire an outside team.

Provided solution

Please draw the aim of their involvement in wonderfuler detail.

The project has mainly been about updating our brand. That began with a new logo for our restaurant, and coming up with the packaging for our sauces. Now they’re moving to creating a new website and updating our online nearness.

How did you come to work with Mighty?

We knew we wanted to work with a local organisation. The guys at Mighty eat at our restaurant all the time, so it was a no brainer to go with them.

Could you prepare a perception of the size of this start in financial provisions?

It’s been about $10,000.

What is the terminal result of working with ?

It’s an ongoing project. We’re not a organisation that is going to take on a lot of debt just to rebrand ourselves. So we’ve been doing all slowly, piece by piece.

Results achieved

Could you share any statistics or metrics from this engagement?

We’ve been open three years, and we’ve never advertised. We have built the business on our catering and basically word of mouth. Now that we feel more snug with the business, we wanted to take things to the next level and put ourselves out there through advertising. We’re surely seeing the benefits.

What distinguishes Mighty from other preparers?

To me, Mighty is professional yet low. They were able to come in, eat with us, sit down, and talk to us, and not handle us as though we were just a little local business. I don’t know them that well, but I feel like I know them well sufficient to be able to say that they handleed us the same way that they would handle a multi-national confirmation. They handleed us the same, and we’re very submissive to that. Even though we’re starting out littleer, they’re ready to help in any way they can.

Mighty doesn’t handle us like they always know better than we do, which is the way a lot of companies do business. That can be very demeaning. I feel like they’re doing business with us owing they love the food, and verity want to help us follow.

Is there anything Mighty could have improved or done differently?

No, we’re entirely satisfied with what they’ve done for us.