Problem Solvers: Do You Know Your Value?
In this widely listened to episode of Problem Solvers, Entrepreneur’s Editor-in-Chief Jason Feifer interviews Sunny Bonnell and follows Motto’s evolution from a little design shop to a full-scale agency.
Entrepreneur on Fire: Sunny Bonnell
What does it mean to build a magnetic brand? John Lee Dumas of EOFire interviews Motto’s CEO Sunny Bonnell to find out while delving into her unorthodox upbringing, background as a bluegrass player and how she left pre-vet school to co-found Motto.
Sunny Bonnell GDUSA Top 25 People to Watch
GDUSA starts each year by choosing a group of People To Watch who embody the spirit of the creative community. Individuals we have come to know and respect for a combination of talent, leadership, success, and newsworthiness. The honor has been granted to design legends like Milton Glaser, Stefan Sagmeister and George Lois, to name a few.
Get to the Heart of Your Business
The of the biggest challenges for startups and early-stage businesses is overcoming the mindset that you don’t need to consider branding right away. The truth is that you’re building your brand from the moment it’s born and from the moment you start asking people to support you.
7 Ways to Cultivate Creativity in Business
Even the most creative of business minds hit a wall at one point or another. Sunny Bonnell, member of YEC and CEO of Motto, provides an answer to how you can cultivate creativity and innovation after hitting a brick wall.
How to Use Brand Archetypes
On this podcast episode with Nusii CEO Nathan Powell, Nathan asks Motto CEO Sunny Bonnell to discuss archetyping, why most companies struggle to articulate who they are and why brand archetyping can be instrumental in answering those existential questions as an organization.
Fireside Chat on Purpose-Driven Brands
As the next speakers of Idea Works’ ‘Great Ideas’ series, Motto co-founders Sunny Bonnell and Ashleigh Hansberger were brought in for a Q+A for all the hungry hearts in the room.
Don’t Just Sell a Product, Sell an Idea
When you’re starting a business or trying to monetize your passions, you might not think it’s worth investing big money in your brand. But, as the founders of Motto explain in this clip from the Never Settle Show, that early investment can pay off big in the long run.
How to Establish Your Personal Brand
Branding is so much bigger than design. It’s the deliberate effort you make to tell the world this is who I am. Everyone wants to jump right into the more sexy aspects of brand building such as getting a new website, but without focus, even the most exciting of clients will lack the proper strategy to pin it together.
Why Originality Is Your Greatest Weapon
Sunny Bonnell discusses why every day business owners around the world pursue their passions, launch industry-disrupting products, and achieve millions in funding yet fail to get off the ground. Competition is intense and your product or service alone isn’t enough to make a dent in the universe.
Best Advice I Ever Got
Branding is so much bigger than design. It’s the deliberate effort you make to tell the world this is who I am. How Sunny Bonnell took the fire in her belly and turned it into one of the most buzzworthy design companies in the US.
Leading an Inspiring Company
What does it take to build an extraordinary company? An inspiring brand? An infectious culture? Sunny Bonnell uncovers the 12 principles for leading a company that stands out.
Illuminate Your Brand from the Top Down
Behind every brand — and every design — is a story. It takes the right kind of designer to bring these behind-the-scenes visions to life. Enter Sunny Bonnell and Ashleigh Hansberger, partners at top branding strategy and design agency Motto.
Increase the Value of Execution
To a jam packed room of college graduates, Ashleigh Hansberger, co-founder and chief strategist at Motto, talks to the audience about intent and purpose and how to increase the value of execution in their work and careers.
Every Business Has a Story to Tell
Storytelling isn’t just for kids. It can win the hearts, minds and wallets of customers. Here’s how to shape narratives that’ll help you and your business live happily ever after
Q&A Spotlight: Motto
Ashleigh and Sunny sat down with PRINT editor Jessica Farris to talk about their drive to inspire others to pursue their passions and their journey of building a great agency.
Analyzing Happiness and Success
Described as a true visionary, Sunny Bonnell has the ability to see a brand come alive from the very beginning. In this interview, we discuss the meaning of happiness and success and what it takes to build a career along the way.
7 Marketing Channels You Should Leverage
As an agency executive, it’s your role to educate clients on the newest emerging marketing channels, and advise them on what the best way would be to make them work for their business. Where should you spend your time marketing?
Advice from 6 Fearless Female Founders
In honor of Women’s History Month, and in hopes of spreading the support for women in tech, we’ve profiled six incredible female founders. We got the lowdown on their entrepreneurial philosophy, like what drives them to Keep Climbing (which is Women Who Startup’s motto), and what advice they have for aspiring female entrepreneurs.
Why Is Success Seductive?
At the dawn of human civilization, during the time of untreatable epidemics and short life spans, success meant simply surviving. But what happens when success consumes you?
Pabst Blue Ribbon Knows Brand
Lack of differentiation, poor leadership, mediocre products, stale stories, misaligned market fit — these are some of the reasons businesses fail. But aside from that, many flounder because they simply fail to uphold a strong, meaningful brand.
3 Unique Brand-Building Strategies
In this article, co-founder Ashleigh Hansberger discusses how Wegmans, Tory Burch and Salesforce all approach their branding strategy might cause you to rethink your own.
Disruption: Q&A with Sunny and Ashleigh
Brands that disrupt categories win. The truth is most companies don’t bother to push the envelope and invest in brand as a total company experience. You have an advantage knowing that most companies are too lazy to do the hard work, so why not take your company to the next level?