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Discover the 'Why' for Your Startup's Growth!
In the ever-evolving world of business and branding, it's crucial to recognize the three foundational elements that shape a brand: functionality, emotion, and community (or, as is often the case in India, environmental value). While functionality remains vital, relying solely on it is a thing of the past, especially for the current generation.

šŸ” Functional: Undoubtedly, a product's functionality and utility are critical factors in brand development. But the landscape has shifted. Today's consumers seek more than just features; they seek experiences, meaning, and a connection that transcends the product itself.

šŸ˜ Emotional: Emotional branding resonates deeply with consumers worldwide, and in India, emotions are closely tied to the sense of community. A brand is no longer just about meeting personal desires; it's about crafting a shared experience that strikes a chord with an entire community.

šŸŒ± Community (or Environmental Value): The often-underestimated pillar, community, deserves our undivided attention. It's not just about chasing crazy growth; it's about understanding the myriad ways community contributes to branding. Communities foster attachment to a brand that extends beyond product functionality.

So, what do startups and companies need to thrive in this evolving market?

1. Understand Your 'Why': Embrace the community aspect not because it's trendy but because you've identified why you need it. Is it for branding, growth, awareness, or connecting intimately with customers or users? Define your purpose clearly.

2. Community-Driven Values: Recognize that, in India, society is deeply rooted in community-driven values. Your choices as a business ripple through the collective, shaping the world we live in. Brands aligned with these values are poised for lasting impact.

3.Build for the Future: The proposition of community isn't a fleeting trend; it's a dynamic force that will continue shaping the brand landscape. Embrace this uniqueness and build brands that don't merely serve individuals but uplift entire communities, becoming a part of a fruitful mission together.

In the competitive market ahead, remember: it's not about being in the rat race; it's about understanding the 'why' and harnessing the power of community to create a brand that stands the test of time.
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Shushank Sharma

Community Manager

Fantastic one Shivam, a startup should be  based on the solutions that will ease the life of humans or should focus on saving the nature. 
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Julieta Cura

Marketing manager

Love the post Shivam! Thanks for sharing.
I would add empathy and passion when creating a staryup and carrying out the communication. We must always defend and develop products and services with which we feel related and represented to transmit our passion to others. This is contagious for sure!
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