Branding Workshops

If you’re looking for business as unusual, we can customize a creative workshop or a progressive series of them around story, visioning, or archetype for your organization, your staff, board, marketing or sales team. For a new product or service offering. As an organizational, professional, or personal development initiative.

A few testimonials. More upon request.

I highly recommend Peter Davis for his branding skills. Peter is very creative, very hands on, and got to know our organization from different perspectives. If you want to come out with a real outcome for your organization I’d suggest Peter. Far from a cookie cutter approach as I can think of.

—Lee Kingham, CEO, Abilites Network

*Our firm hired Peter for a branding exercise to help us unlock a more relevant firm story to differentiate ourselves in the marketplace. He uncovered themes and elements that formed our new tagline “Tested and Trusted,” which has been a huge success.

—Tina Lewandowsk, Marketing Director, Arthur Bell CPA’s

“I especially enjoyed Peter’s workshop. It was intense at times, and I have no idea how he did it, but he was able to pull the very core of my business idea out of me and I thank him for that.”

Alla Proskuryakova, Maryland College of Art (MICA) Business Art & Design Grad Student

About Peter Davis

Peter Davis is a playwright, theatre director and brand strategist who has twenty five years of business development experience and twelve years leading branding engagements and interactive workshops. Davis helps leaders of start-ups, small to medium-sized B2B service companies, non-profit organizations, and institutions of higher learning tell better stories about what they want and why it matters. These leaders use the better brand story to attract their most natural audiences, and to improve personal, organizational and brand performance. In addition to Peter Davis Branding, Davis also established Parlor Plays, a new play development salon where the audience can participate in the creative process.

Watch the 90 second video: Why Story?