Thinking of launching your own boutique? Or perhaps you already have one and need some help rebranding? There’s a one-stop shop for that, and it’s called The Brand Box.

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The Brand Box is an all-exclusive branding package that meets businesses where they’re at. The package includes web and logo design, print branding, the ultimate business check list, and 60-days of hands on support.

In 2012, CEO Adrienne D. Hill saw an opportunity to give other rising boutiques affordable marketing and branding resources. In mid-2013 she launched Brand My Boutique, and saw immediate success from hundreds of boutiques across the nation.

Her company sees themselves as experts—no matter where you are on the journey—whether you have an existing brand, researching and ready to execute, nervous about stepping out on faith, or simply have no idea about the first place to start.

Hill calls Brand My Boutique the “Siri of Business and Branding.”

Since launching the company five years ago, she’s worked with hundreds of brands across 40 + countries, including April McCrae of VH1’s Sorority Sisters,The Six Figure Chick and several others.

“We have realized that our most successful clients have been consistent with their branding—utilizing a multitude of our products to construct and maintain their brand presence in-store, online, and during the unpacking experience,” said Hill in a statement issues to CurlyNikki.com. She continues, “We also understand that no matter how dope your branding is, if you don’t build a solid foundation, IT WILL FAIL. We’ve seen this happen too much over the years, and we have the power to change that. Through educational components and supplemental branding packages that makes sense, that is what we intend to do!”

Pictured, Adrienne Hill, creator of The Brand Box

The Brand Box is currently available for $2,499. You can purchase it here.

What are your thoughts on The Brand Box? Share in the comments section.

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Mike “Orie” Mosley is the managing editor for CurlyNikki.com and a cultural advocate from St. Louis. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Arts, Entertainment & Media Management from Columbia College Chicago and a Masters in Higher Education Administration from LSU. He is also the founder of www.afrotrak.com. In his spare time, he’s probably listening to hip hop & neo soul music, hitting up brunch or caught up in deep conversations about Black music. You can follow him on Twitter @mike_orie or on Instagram @mikeorie

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