who is your brand? and what is its story?
Jon HowardSpink, sets out guidelines for using archetypes effectively to build brands
Mustoe Merriman Levy
there a better way to define brands than the jumble of bland, unrelated adjectives we typically employ? That
was the question I posed here last October.
My answer was to suggest that there is much to be learnt from the archetypal
stories and characters of myth and legend. However, as with any good yarn, my
first installment ended on a cliffhanger. Left unsaid was how exactly you put
this theory into practice, which I address in this article.