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The Top Digital Podcast – Episode 6 – Nick Platt, Founder and CEO of LO:LA

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What is the role of the brand in a splintered society? Can brands find success in markets when consumers are split up into so many factions they can’t seem to agree on anything? We dig into these questions and more with branding expert and TDA agency founder, Nick Platt of the London and Los Angeles-based agency, LO:LA.

With the mid-term elections now in our rearview mirror, it’s time to take a long hard look at the fractured state of society in America and the world as a whole. So we’re talking with an agency leader with his feet planted in two countries that have seen tumultuous changes to their societies.

While the USA faces one of its most divided eras, and the UK sees Brexit and a veritable revolving door of Prime Ministers, we talk with Nick Platt, the founder of LO:LA, the branding agency based in London and Los Angeles. We discuss how marketers can be successful at bringing people together despite their differences and rallying people around brands they love.

The Top Digital Podcast – Episode 6 – Nick Platt, Founder and CEO of LO:LA

The Manifest Recognizes London : Los Angeles

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At LO:LA, we bring big agency and in-house experience matched with the flexibility, attention, and “outside the box” thinking of an independent shop, all while never sacrificing quality and consistently turning out compelling creative made with love.

Today, we proudly announce that we are one of the most reviewed global out-of-home advertising agencies on The Manifest. For context, The Manifest is a business guide that compiles and analyzes practical business wisdom for innovators, entrepreneurs, and small and mid-market businesses.

With native roots in London and nurtured by the vibrant, collaborative, and diverse culture of Los Angeles, LO:LA was founded in 2017 on the notion of reimagining advertising creative that not only resonates but finds magic in the moments that matter.

RTR Media worked with us on a website development project in 2021. The client’s website was outdated and did not convey the quality of the projects they produce. The goal was to update the website, give it a cinematic look and change the focus to a business-to-business website.

“They were smart to mirror our management style. They were thoughtful, human, and devoid of ego. It was about great work and clear communication.” – Chief Creative Officer, RTR Media

In 2022, The Manifest celebrates the leading services providers, naming LO:LA as one of the most-reviewed out-of-home advertising companies. We’re truly honored to receive this award, as it confirms the hard work and dedication we put into every single project we tackle.

“We are thrilled with this recognition. A huge thank you to all our clients that make our collaborations a joy!” – Nicholas Platt, CEO & Founder, LO:LA

Do you have a project in mind or questions about our services? Don’t hesitate to send us a message, and we’ll get back to you shortly.



6 Ways for Small Businesses to Develop their Brand

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Small business owners often feel that, whatever they do, there is simply no way to compete with what the prominent industry leaders are doing. That feeling can be hammered home, especially regarding the respective sizes of your marketing budgets. There is no way for you to match what major brands are willing to spend. However, you shouldn’t give up just yet because there is plenty you can do to promote your brand on a moderate budget. At the LO: LA Agency, we love empowering businesses so they can reach their full potential. Join us as we explore 6 cost-effective ways for small businesses to develop their brand.

1.    Look at Your Core Brand Values

If you want to develop your brand, the first thing you must do is establish a solid framework. Consider which goals you want to achieve and how you want your brand to come across to your audience. Since your brand is an intangible asset, it can be difficult for small businesses to develop their brand. We suggest you take a step back and examine your original mission and vision statement. You can get to the root of your brand identity by exploring the values it stands for. Ensure that everything you do reflects those values.

Think about why you started your business and what you want to accomplish. Every product intends to solve customers’ problems, so what issues are you trying to solve? How does your product help customers, and how does it deliver its value? Once you stop thinking about your products as a profit for your business and start viewing them as ways you provide value and enrich your customers’ lives, finding the right voice for your brand will be much easier.

2.    Consider Rebranding

Upon their launch, most small businesses need to operate on a highly moderate budget. It’s quite possible that you didn’t have the time or money to flesh out your brand when you started your business. Humble beginnings are nothing to be ashamed of, but you will likely outgrow your initial branding. If you aren’t sure whether you should go for a complete redesign of your brand, you can look for the obvious signs it’s time to rebrand.

When you decide it’s time to give your brand a facelift, you should adopt a design that will be familiar to your long-time customers. Rebranding is one thing, but don’t stray too far from what your customers are used to, or you will only alienate your audience. Additionally, consider a redesign that can serve your brand in the future since you don’t want to rebrand every year.

3.    Embrace Brand Storytelling

There are efficient ways to create a compelling brand story without breaking the bank. Following our steps, you should have pinned down the values you want your brand to represent. Now it’s time to put them into words.

One of the most efficient forms of storytelling is a content creation strategy centered on your brand values. If you invite guest writers to contribute to your blog, ensure they don’t stray too far from the content you have been creating. To ensure your brand is accurately represented across all your channels and social media profiles, it would be best if you make a design bible or style guide.

Storytelling is one of the best ways for small businesses to develop their brand. Feel free to share your triumphs and successes with your audience since people love to hear a success story. However, you can also share your failures and struggles. As a small business owner, this can be a great way to get people to sympathize and care about your brand, which neatly leads us to our next point.

4.    Connect with Your Customer Base

If you want your brand to stand out, you have to make your audience care. Evoke emotion in your audience if you want to drive more business with your customer base. It’s not enough to use brand storytelling. It would be best if you also use it to its full potential. That can include sharing user-created content (UCC) on your website and social media profiles.

Including customers as part of your brand story is a great way to attract audience attention and stand out from the competition. Invite users to engage with your brand by starting discussions on exciting topics. However, if you decide to go down this route, you should also take the time to respond to what your customers are saying.

5.    Maintain Your Presence on Social Media

We already stated that social networks are the best place to post your content. Unfortunately, this isn’t a strategy you should attempt half-heartedly. You’ll need to post regularly to gain the favor of the social media algorithm. Additionally, it would help if you didn’t post the same content across multiple social networks. Doing so will only disincentivize users from following you across various platforms. Try to adapt your content to the specific needs of every forum. If you realize that managing multiple profiles is too demanding, determine which platform is the most popular with your target demographic and make that your priority.

6.    Define Your Key Objectives

There are many avenues for small businesses to develop their brand. Realistically, you won’t have the resources to do everything at once as a small business owner. Therefore, you must decide exactly how you want to develop your brand. Do you want to work on improving brand recognition, trust in the brand, customer loyalty, or perceived brand value? Each of these aspects of your brand can require a different marketing approach. Determine your key objectives and focus most of your efforts there instead of stretching yourself too thin. Small and medium-sized businesses with moderate budgets that want to evolve their brand can check out our Brand-in-a-box as a customizable and cost-effective solution.

Developing Your Brand – In a Nutshell

As you can see, there are numerous ways for small businesses to develop their brand that doesn’t require a serious financial investment. You can accomplish a lot with a bit of effort and sincerity. Now go and start spreading the word about your brand!

LOLA – THE DAVEY AWARDS ANNOUNCES WINNERS

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LO:LA is thrilled to announce it has won 2 Silver Awards for it’s work with the Volunteer Center.

With over 2,000 entries from across the U.S. and from around the world, the Davey Awards honors the finest creative work from the best small shops, firms, and companies worldwide. Please visit daveyawards.com to view the full winners list.

The Daveys are judged and overseen by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA). The AIVA isan invitation-only member-based organization of leading professionals from various disciplines of the visual arts dedicated to embracing progress and the evolving nature of traditional and interactive media. Current membership represents a “Who’s Who” of acclaimed media, advertising, and marketing firms including: Spotify, Majestyk, Big Spaceship, Nissan, Tinder, Conde Nast, Disney, Microsoft, GE Digital, JP Morgan, PGA Tour, Wired, and many others. Visit aiva.org for more information on our judging body. The Davey Awards would like to recognize the 18th Annual Best-in-Show winners for their exceptional achievement.

About the Davey Awards:

The Davey Awards exclusively honor the “Davids” of creativity, the finest small shops, firms, agencies,and companies worldwide. David defeated the giant Goliath with a big idea and a little rock – the sort of thing small agencies do each year. The annual International Davey Awards honors the achievements of the “Creative Davids”, who derive their strength from big ideas rather than big budgets. The Davey Awards is the leading awards competition specifically for smaller agencies as they compete with their peers to win the recognition they deserve. Please visit daveyawards.com for more information

LOLA – Receives 2022 Best of El Segundo Award

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El Segundo Award Program Honors the Achievement 

EL SEGUNDO October 7, 2022 — LOLA – London : Los Angeles has been selected for the 2022 Best of El Segundo Award in the Advertising Agency category by the El Segundo Award Program. 

Each year, the El Segundo Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the El Segundo area a great place to live, work and play. 

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2022 El Segundo Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the El Segundo Award Program and data provided by third parties. 

About El Segundo Award Program 

The El Segundo Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the El Segundo area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value. 

The El Segundo Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy. 

SOURCE: El Segundo Award Program

CONTACT:
El Segundo Award Program
Email: PublicRelations@companieshonor.com
URL: http://www.companieshonor.com 

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How to Create a Compelling Brand Story

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The content marketing industry’s growing acceptance of narrative presents writers with a wealth of fresh possibilities. The human brain is hardwired to react to stories. In fact, neuroscience has shown that stories are the most effective method to get people to pay attention, remember details, and make emotional connections. Your readers will always be hardwired to seek out and appreciate a good story. Most people have spent the better part of their lives tailoring material to the needs of algorithms. Therefore, it may be challenging to reawaken a dormant creative muscle to evoke an emotional response from your audience and permanently stamp your brand into their minds. However, this doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Because of this, we are here to show you how to create a compelling brand story.

What Is a Brand Story?

How your customers perceive you is one of the most important factors to consider if you want your brand to succeed. That being said, as a company, you have complete control over how people perceive you, and one of the best ways to do so is through the brand story. A good brand story will make your customers feel something. It will tell them about your history and what you intend to do in the future. However, you should avoid discussing your product or service when it comes to brand stories. The objective should be to illustrate your customers’ experience with you.

A strong brand story can help your brand grow more than any other type of marketing. When your message is well-written, and your brand is consistent, you can take full advantage of a brand story. If one of your customers has a good experience, it will spread the word about your business to those who are not yet customers.

Elements of a Great Brand Story

Developing a compelling brand story requires forethought and preparation. This also means that you shouldn’t settle for the minimum. Great stories are not written; they are rewritten. Therefore take your time and analyze what you are creating. However, we are going to offer a few guidelines that are going to help you create a compelling brand narrative.

1.    Understand the Driving Force Behind Your Brand

The “why” behind your brand is one of the most important factors you need to consider. It doesn’t matter if you are branding a yogurt shop or branding a WP website. You must invest effort into this. Get a firm grasp on the reason for your brand’s existence. In only a few phrases, you should be able to describe what your brand provides, how it stands out from the competition, and state your value proposition. As soon as you have this, you may use it as a blueprint for the rest of your writing. If you are stuck, here are a few questions that can help you figure things out:

  • What drove us to launch this company?
  • Is there a reason this brand exists?
  • What do we prioritize?
  • Is there a way we can make a difference in the world?

2.    Emotions Are Essential for a Compelling Brand Story

As we’ve mentioned multiple times already, emotional connection is crucial to a successful Brand Story. Creating an emotional connection with your target demographic is the primary goal of every successful brand narrative. Identifying common goals and objectives is the first step. You may do this by developing a brand narrative that reflects your company’s fundamental beliefs. Your product’s narrative, for instance, may center on your deep appreciation for the outdoors, which you may use to highlight the value of environmental responsibility. Sharing the same perspective with your clientele is a great way to build loyalty and make people think of your company as a reflection of their values. Almost any shared value may serve as a point of connection between individuals.

3.    Regularity Is Essential

Keep your brand true to the ideals it represents by maintaining consistency across all touchpoints. Customers have seen a lot of ads and can usually tell when a company is trying to pull one over on them. If your audience believes you betrayed their trust, your ability to connect with them through storytelling will suffer. If you say you’ll do something, do it. It’s important to stay true to the values your brand promotes, or you risk losing the trust of your consumers. Integrate your values into your brand’s narrative to show customers why they matter and how you plan to live up to them. If your brand’s message is consistent across all marketing channels, consumers will trust you. People will abandon a brand that seems inconsistent in favor of one that is more reliable.

4.    Make Your Customer the Main Part of Your Brand Story

Customers respond more strongly to compelling brand stories in which they can see themselves as the protagonist. You need to cast the consumer in the lead position, with the brand serving as a guide. The hero is more likely to accept you into their world if you frame your aim as participation rather than control. You may begin to improve customer engagement by centering your efforts on the customer’s actual experience.

5.    Simplicity Is Key for a Compelling Brand Story

And the final element we will mention in our guide on creating a compelling brand story is simplicity. It might be difficult to condense your brand’s narrative into six seconds. To do this well, you’ll need a wide range of scientific knowledge as well as an aesthetic eye. Don’t skimp on the story’s nuance and complexity just because the message is brief. Also, check regularly to see whether your brand’s narrative is easy to understand, consistent, and compelling. How much would you remember if you just had six seconds to learn about a brand? Is it interesting enough for the consumer to want to tell others about it on your behalf? You need to consider all of this if you wish to have a successful brand.

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7 Signs It’s Time to Rebrand Your Business

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Businesses will usually value their brand as their most valuable and recognizable asset. Therefore, it’s only natural to want to remain consistent with your branding so that audiences can have an easy time identifying your products and your company. However, there are a few situations where redesigning your entire branding is a good idea. At the LO:LA creative marketing agency, we’ve helped many clients re-invent themselves and successfully grow their companies. From our experience, here are the 7 most important signs it’s time to rebrand your business.

1. You are struggling to stand out from the competition

You shouldn’t feel bad if your business has difficulty getting customer attention; what matters is how you choose to handle the situation. Most businesses will struggle with this issue at some point, and they fail to find adequate solutions. While you could invest in marketing and run a campaign to improve brand recognition – that same campaign would probably be more effective after a rebranding.

Business owners aren’t usually keen to admit if their current branding is, and we aren’t trying to insult you – downright bland and generic. Increasing your marketing budget will probably yield a poor ROI in these situations, especially if users find your current branding unexciting. A fresh coat of paint and a carefully tuned redesign can help you stand out and generate more leads.

However, we have to recommend that you don’t stray too far and rebrand your business so that it is totally unrecognizable. This drastic change in branding can alienate your loyal customers. For this reason, try to remain at least somewhat consistent with your brand values when planning the redesign.

2. You’ve outgrown your old brand

Depending on when your company was founded, it may be time to rebrand your business if the current branding is outdated. Trends in the modern marketplace can change quickly, and what was once considered relevant can easily feel out of touch. Besides reflecting company values, your branding should also keep up with the cultural zeitgeist.

On the other hand, it is possible that your company had humble beginnings and has grown significantly since its founding. Sadly, many small companies that start experiencing growth often don’t have the adequate funds to perform a complete rebranding. For this reason, we offer Brand in a Box solutions that are ideal for small and medium-sized businesses.

3. You want to expand into new markets

At their inception, brands are usually products of their time and place and tend to encapsulate those values. If your business is trying to make a presence in a foreign market, there could be a slight mismatch between the cultural norms and your brand. You need to take the trends and sensibilities of the local market into account and adapt your brand accordingly. This situation is actually more common than many would believe. Most industry leaders make slight brand adjustments to appeal to a new audience.

We can see similar trends occur when existing companies are trying to make a name for themselves on new digital platforms. You can consider adjusting your brand to incorporate some of the traits and qualities of the new platform. Before making these sorts of changes, it would be a good idea to see what the competition is doing and how they have changed their branding strategies to adapt to the new medium.

4.  If you are recovering from bad PR

Although no one wants to admit it, PR mistakes frequently happen. Arguing with customers and defending obvious mistakes won’t do your brand any good, and you will probably lose whatever trust is left with your audience. Instead of choosing to die on that hill, we suggest taking a time out from the public limelight. You can view PR disasters as one of the most obvious signs it’s time to rebrand your business.

Of course, you should do your best to correct any mistakes and try to make amends. Put company-wide policies in place to ensure you won’t make the same mistake again, and use this as a learning experience. Additionally, you can use that time to revitalize your brand and come back strong. Using new branding to match your new company values can help you win back your customers.

5. Your target demographic has changed

As businesses grow and market conditions change, it’s perfectly normal that you will attract different customers. When this happens, it is possible that your brand doesn’t appeal to your new customer base. It would be best if you put in some effort and research into understanding and targeting your new audience once you know who your customers are. Use that insight to rebrand and promote your company successfully. You can apply the same strategy when you want to target a new type of customer with your marketing.

6. The products and services you offer have changed

Businesses will rarely offer the same products and services during the entire lifespan of the company. Old products and services commonly get discontinued, and new products are launched to take their place. Sometimes, a company can decide to go into a different industry branch. If your old branding was centered on products you no longer support, it’s probably time to rebrand your business. For example, the 3M company was initially into mining and was called the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company. When they gave up on mining and became a global conglomerate, they rebranded as 3M and stopped using mining in their name

7. You are going through a merger or acquisition

When going through a merger, most companies will opt to rebrand. However, there are a few considerations you need to take into account. How will the merger affect the branding, and if there are two existing brands, can you retain the individual identities of both? When rebranding due to a merger, you should consider how that will affect your customers.

Wrapping up the 7 signs it’s time to rebrand your business

There can be many reasons to rebrand, and you don’t need a particular excuse if you want to change your company’s identity. It is still a good idea to look for signs it’s time to rebrand your business since they can be potential warnings that your current branding isn’t performing well. Ultimately, you should continually monitor how users perceive your brand and take the necessary steps to ensure your company’s growth.

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The Importance of Brand Consistency

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Every business owner wants their company to stand out. A strong, recognizable, and consistent brand strategy is an excellent way to achieve this. While most people would agree that having a brand is crucial, many still fail to realize the importance of brand consistency. As a marketing agency, it is our job to empower businesses to achieve their goals and help them develop and improve their branding. Your company will be able to thrive and grow with the proper use of marketing and branding. One of the best ways to make that happen is by being consistent and authentic to your unique vision.

What is brand consistency?

Unfortunately, not everyone is a marketing expert. People often confuse basic concepts, so let’s set the record straight. First of all, a brand is much more than just a logo. A brand is an intangible concept that is used to represent a company and its values. Brands often do this through recognizable identifying markers such as logos or slogans. For any business owner, the brand will represent the most valuable asset, and we have done numerous case studies on creating a winning brand identity.

The importance of brand consistency in the online marketplace

Trends change over time, and unless you are particularly versed in online marketing, you might have trouble keeping pace. New platforms are constantly emerging, and your brand needs to be adaptable and consistent to provide you and your customers with something you can rally behind. Although you should strive to be consistent across all platforms, there is still ample room for creativity in your company’s marketing.

Here is what brand consistency will achieve:

1.     It helps you stand out

Getting noticed is the objective of any marketing campaign. It’s no secret that users are constantly exposed to an increasing amount of advertising, which is, in turn, yielding diminishing results. You can’t rely on a funny or controversial slogan and hope to grab the attention of modern audiences. That approach has been tried many times before, and the novelty has worn off. Of course, you should still employ creative copywriting but also aim for consistency. As long as your brand is consistent in tone and presentation, not only will audiences notice you, but they will also remember your unique style. Thankfully, even small companies that don’t have large marketing budgets can use clever marketing solutions to stand out.

2.     Builds trust

Trustworthiness is a significant component of any brand’s success. A great way to build trust is through brand consistency. Your brand should reflect your company values and instill confidence in your audience. On the other hand, if your branding is all over the place, customers might wonder how reliable your business is. It is, however, perfectly acceptable to realize that your current branding isn’t working and to go for a complete overhaul. We helped Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar rediscover their brand. Together, we refreshed their brand in a way that was tonally consistent with their company values, allowing them to build trust with new audiences and their existing customers.

3.     Sets expectations

Your brand should immediately tell users what your company is about. You only get one chance at a first impression, which is why the importance of brand consistency cannot be understated. Create a powerful brand to represent your company that users will associate with quality products and excellent service. Remember that your audience will quickly learn what to expect as long as you continually send the same message through your branding. Users who see your logo or any other part of your company’s brand will easily remember the values you stand for. Consistency is also great for keeping customers engaged with brand websites and social media profiles since it will let you stay in their minds. Users who constantly engage with brands online have a higher chance of purchasing from the brands they trust.

4.     Consistency creates positive emotions

Customers like knowing what to expect from a product or service. Once you have managed to earn their trust, you can elicit positive emotions through the use of consistent branding. Consistently using positive reinforcement will cause your audience to associate positive emotions with your brand. If you manage to create deep, positive memories related to your company and your products, users will be happy at the mere mention of your brand. Remember that this takes a lot of time, effort, and a coordinated strategy for your entire company. However, once you create powerful emotional bonds with your audience, your most loyal customers will become brand ambassadors and continue to spread positive word of mouth.

How to create a strategy for brand consistency?

First, you will need to know exactly what you want to achieve. Try to accurately define the goals for your marketing and your whole company. Ideally, they should line up and give you a good idea of what you are striving for. From there, you can start defining other vital elements that will help you create a consistent brand strategy:

  • Set clear guidelines that are easy to understand. Employees from various departments need to be able to access and understand the brand guidelines you have created. The guidelines should include technical specifications for the use of digital assets, as well as a style guide that can ensure the proper use of your brand.
  • Have a plan for growth. Agile branding will ensure you won’t have to rework your brand every year. Think about where your company is heading and how you plan to utilize your brand in the future.
  • Encourage internal communication. If you want your brand accurately represented across multiple platforms, then all of your employees need to understand the importance of brand consistency. Listen to what your employees have to say about how they perceive your company values, and see how that lines up with your brand’s public image.

In conclusion

An adequately managed brand can help you boost sales, improve customer retention and build trust for your company. However, to achieve this, you need to acknowledge the importance of brand consistency and take steps to ensure that your brand is properly utilized in a consistent way.

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Clutch Hails London : Los Angeles as one of the Leading Advertising Agencies in Los Angeles

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The advertising industry has seen a massive shift from traditional to digital in the past few years. That is why finding the best advertising partner that can help you with both is crucial to your success. Companies like London : Los Angeles has seen both the orthodox and modern side of the advertising industry. We are confident that our skills are sufficient to help you take your business to the next level.

As a matter of fact, our team has been recently recognized as one of the leading advertising agencies in Los Angeles by Clutch. According to their recent research, our team has been one of the top-performing agencies locally. It is thanks to their amazing passion and dedication that we are able to accrue such incredible accolades and accomplishments from the industry.

Clutch, in case this is the first time you are hearing about them, they are an established platform in the heart of Washington, DC, committed to helping small, mid-market, and enterprise businesses identify and connect with the service providers they need to achieve their goals.

Again, this 2022 Clutch award means a lot to us! With that being said, we would like to extend our appreciation to Clutch and their team for making this award possible. To officially receive this award, here is our CEO and Founder, Nicholas Platt:

“We are thrilled with this recognition. A huge thank you to all our clients that make our collaborations a joy! We are looking forward to creating more amazing campaigns with all of you. Our team is grateful to work with amazing and incredible people such as yourselves.”

We are excited to work with you! Drop us a line today and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

London : Los Angeles is a Branding Game Changer in California

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Here at LO:LA, think of us as an extension of your marketing team, curated specifically to your brand or campaign. We can offer “a la carte” services on a project or work as your retained agency. We always come from a very collaborative approach, working with all designated stakeholders and acclimating to your internal processes.

We will always be transparent with costs, expectations, and deliverables. Our goal is to be your long-term partner. We pride ourselves on how we communicate and offer solutions. We bring big agency and in-house experience with the flexibility, attention, and “outside the box” thinking of an independent shop while never sacrificing quality and consistently turning out compelling creative made with love.

Because of our clients’ approval and trust, we’ve been featured as one of the game-changer firms on Clutch. According to their page, London : Los Angeles is among California’s game-changing branding companies.

For context, Clutch is a data-driven B2B research platform committed to helping small, mid-market, and enterprise businesses identify and connect with the service providers they need to achieve their goals. Clutch carefully curates lists of the absolute best agencies and organizations by industry and location, simultaneously enabling companies to establish credibility and buyers to find the right services.

We’re grateful to have our clients’ testimonials, as these will help us establish our name in the industry. No matter the project size, we are always honored when working with amazing clients. Take a look at some quotes from our clients’ reviews!

“They were smart to mirror our management style.They were thoughtful, human, and devoid of ego. It was about great work and clear communication.” – Chief Creative Officer, RTR Media

 “I’ve worked with LOLA before on another branding and website project – their work is top notch, they’re always fun to work with and approach problems so creatively. I’ll continue to use them for any branding work in the future.” – Jennifer Duran, Founder, Duran Consulting, LLC