Consumers want feelings, not features.

In today’s crowded marketplace, consumer brands need to make a lasting impact. That’s why our strategies help create brand affinity on a more meaningful level.

Does your brand matter to your customers?

From airlines to restaurants to retail, customers have never had such a wide breadth of brand choice as they do today. We help you make connections and drive customer revenue.

At Cardwell Beach, we believe successful consumer brands drive revenue by:




Creating positive
buyer outcomes

That’s why our work focuses on establishing connections between brands and customers that go beyond one-time transactions and towards long-term buyer loyalty. By better understanding customer needs, we can develop strategies that both drive sales and strengthen brand affinity while remaining authentic.

To do this, we foster a deeper connection between customers and brands through strategic messaging and positioning, data-driven marketing campaigns, and an unwavering respect for customers’ time, attention, and needs.

Find out how our approach can help elevate your brand in the eyes of your customers.


Our Approach

We believe a combination of creativity, discipline, and data can help consumer brands grow and succeed. That’s why we focus on strengthening the foundation of your brand first before using smart marketing strategies to take you to the next level.


Using audience data, competitive research, and refreshed strategy, we deepen your connections to your customers and drive sales through focused yet adaptable campaigns.


We plug the leaks in your current marketing and sales strategy through short-term repairs, updates, and adjustments while we focus on developing a long-term playbook.


Using audience data, competitive research, and refreshed strategy, we deepen your connections to your customers and drive sales through focused yet adaptable campaigns.


Driving Customers

Google Pay-Per-Click Ads

Advanced Search Engine Optimization

Targeting with Artificial Intelligence

LinkedIn, Facebook & Instagram Ads

Email Marketing

Influencers & Chatbots

Developing Beloved

Websites & Landing Pages

Branding, Messaging, & Collateral

Expert Blog Articles

Analytics & Dashboard Setup

Sales Training & Scripts

Video & Podcast Production


Fleischer & Wolf is a maker of high-quality cookware products, including a variety of high-end cooking tools that are priced to appeal to a wide consumer base. Among their more notable items is a wood block knife set that was featured on Oprah Winfrey’s Favorite Things 2018 List.

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When Protes Foods was founded in 2013 in Brooklyn, NY, cofounder Krik Angacian’s mission was to create the world’s premier protein snacks. Their first product line was Protes protein chips, baked and made from pea protein isolate. The products are vegan, Non-GMO Project certified, gluten-free, all-natural, and kosher. These healthier protein alternatives make it easier and tastier to maintain a balanced diet.

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When legendary cider makers Doc's decided to sell their products in cans, they turned to us for help.

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As low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines explored the possibility of a high-profile merger, they turned to us for a fresh take on their existing branding.

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