Business brand manager, Twitter, and Uber to join forces for a new project
Hacker News is reporting that two of the hottest startups in Silicon Valley have joined forces for the creation of a new product that would allow businesses to hire a personal brand manager.
The new company, called Personal Brand Management (PBM), aims to help businesses grow their brand identity and become more marketable in order to attract more business.
This means that companies should focus on creating a brand that appeals to their target audience and not be afraid to experiment with different ideas to create unique and engaging products.
“We’re really excited to partner with the #TeamPBM team to make PBM a reality,” says PBM cofounder and CEO Mike McLeod.
“Our team has done an incredible job building this product, and we think that this collaboration is the right thing to do for our industry.
It’s our vision to build a better way for companies to grow their brands.”
“We want to bring the best in brands to our customers by providing them with a product that can grow and evolve with their business, not by trying to take over,” says Mark Bittman, cofounder of the social-media platform Instagram.
The startup, which was founded by McLeod and Bittsman in October 2016, aims to take advantage of the technology and platform that has helped companies grow.
For example, PBM is currently in beta and will work with companies like Expedia, Google, and Spotify to build their own personal brand management tools that can be used to help build their businesses’ brand.
The company also plans to work with more companies to help them develop their own branded products.
In addition, PPMB has a plan to build and grow a team of 20+ personal brand managers who will be able to assist businesses in their growing businesses.
The PBM team plans to launch a pilot program on December 18 that will allow customers to test the product, but McLeod says the company hopes to have a working product by the end of 2017.
“It’s a big milestone for us to bring our personal brand to the world,” McLeod said.
“The way it’s working right now, we’re trying to figure out what the right business models are for this to work, and it’s going to be really cool to see what people do with this.”
The startup will offer two different ways to use the tool.
The first option is for businesses to create a list of brands that they want to hire, and then PBM will offer to help customers create those brands by helping them build an API for the personal brand team to use.
PBM says that the API is a simple way to build brands from scratch, but the team plans on using it to help the business create better branded products that appeal to their customers.
The second option is a paid service for businesses that want to take the PBM service to the next level.
The team plans that businesses that hire PBM can add their personal brand and personal brand profile to their own business, and PBM allows them to build custom branded content.
For instance, an entrepreneur might add their name, a photo, and a video to their personal branding page.
Once the content is built, it can be shared and viewed by users around the world.
“Companies want to be able now to build brand identities on their own, but PBM gives them the tools they need to do it,” McGloth said.
The business model for the company has yet to be revealed, but a spokesperson for PBM tells me that the company is currently seeking investors for its funding.
“This is a major milestone for Pbm,” Mcgloth said, “and the company expects to be launching in the coming months.
We’re looking forward to working with PBM and working with other brands to make this work for the businesses that are building these brands.”