SFA begins with providing our clients with a clear and honest look at the way your brand is currently perceived. We delve into your audience on the deepest level, interview customers, sales teams, c-suite, customer service and your processes to uncover a true perception of the company from the perspective of all stakeholders.
Invisible Sentinel is a great example of two entrepreneurs who are using the science of DNA to transform traditional businesses like winemaking and food processing. Their products are used to detect invisible pathogens and contaminants that are harmful to the consumer and could ruin a company’s reputation.
We began the process of branding Invisible Sentinel the way we always do—by defining their distinctive story and establishing their DNA in essence. We spoke with the company’s founders, customers, marketing and sales teams, and conducted extensive competitive and market research to first, understand a very complex science, and second, determine how Invisible Sentinel is uniquely positioned in their marketplace.
We brought molecular biology to the masses by first understanding the market and then communicating with clear graphics, in language a layman could understand.
The company’s solution set continues to grow and gain popularity today with prominent names in the beer, wine and food industries adopting the technology to improve their workflow and end product. They’re not the only ones taking note. Invisible Sentinel’s pioneering biotech solution has been featured in Forbes, The New York Times and the Philadelphia Business Journal where the company is based.
“We love using brewPAL to test bright tanks before firing up the canning line so we can avoid wasting valuable time and packaging materials on a product that will never be sold. Turnaround time for results is so quick, we have answers before the beer is carbonated.”
– Todd Crowell, Head Brewer, KettleHouse Brewing Co.
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