It takes a lot of imagination to put a creative mark in your branding program. Subsequently, it takes a group of front-end soldiers to make a brand’s dream come true. Both are important, one cannot be achieved without the other. But it is the inspiration that ignites the fire to burn the trail. In addition, it is the hard work (perspiration) that executes the dream in the market. A creative plan can fail because of poor execution. On the other hand, a poorly designed plan can get away with a wonderfully crafted execution, although chances are there that it would most likely fail to put a significant mark. We often put less attention to execution whereas we put more importance on crafting a dream. For a successful brand, it requires the both. What do you think?
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