A New Brand Strategy for ProAssurance
Brand firm conducts study of medical professionals, positions insurance company
GREENSBORO, NC – January 6th, 2009 – Stealing Share, Inc., a brand development firm that helps companies create brands to steal market share from competitors, recently finished a year-long branding project for ProAssurance Corporation. ProAssurance, a professional liability insurance company headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama (with offices throughout the country) is now poised to continuously focus on ways to deliver fairness to its customers.
To create ProAssurance’s new brand identity, Stealing Share conducted research with medical professionals from 10 states and Washington D.C. to uncover what was most important to them, especially in relation to ProAssurance and its competitors.
The result is an increased focus for ProAssurance, the fifth-largest insurer of its kind in the U.S. The new brand is encapsulated in its new logo and brand themeline, which states “Treated Fairly.” The logo shows a new way to think about insurance, revealing a dark green to bright green that symbolizes an ongoing promise of “fairness” in the way ProAssurance customers can expect to be treated.
“We dug into what physicians felt about insurance companies and what they wanted most, and the insights were very revealing,” said Tom Dougherty, CEO of Stealing Share. “It has always been our goal to reveal a brand for our clients that’s actionable, able to steal market share from the competition by being positioned against that competition, true about the brand and most meaningful to the target audience in order to create preference.”
About Stealing Share
Stealing Share is a brand development firm that designs brands so they steal market share from the competition. Located in Greensboro, N.C. and New York City, Stealing Share conducts research and provides actionable brand strategies, positioning and brand design for clients to create preference among target audiences. More information can be found at www.stealingshare.com or by calling 336-389-9315.