You’re a visionary. You value going deeper, rather than wider in your business. You have allllllll the ideas. You focus on creating real connections with your community (heck, they’re not just your “audience” or customers and you know that). You care deeply about what you’re crafting and cultivating - you’re not just here to create a quick buck and hand out surface-level info that anyone could find with a quick Google search.
But despite all of that, you’re still feeling stuck - and trapped - by your brand. You know it’s not reflecting the level of your work and you’re not showing up how you REALLY want to. You’re fed up of following the latest trends and feeling like you have a brand that’s just like anyone else’s at the end of the day. And you are desperate to level up (whatever that looks like for you) and create a brand that’s at the same level as the work you know that you’re delivering day-in, day-out to your community.
I’m the founder of Rachilli Creative Studio, Beyond Ink, and The Chronic Illness Club. I’m on a mission to empower every business, large and small, to align their brand values, mission, and vision with their brand visuals to create a movement of truly authentic brands. I also feel it's a huge part of my purpose to empower others with chronic illness to carve their own path + create a platform for, and be a voice alongside, those with chronic illness in business. Here's a few other fun facts about me...
Rachilli is a creative studio dedicated to empowering every independent creative, business owner + small business to brand their business authentically, aligned to their core values, mission + vision.
We also want to empower other's with chronic illnesses to carve their own path and create a life + business that works for them, and to lead the way by creating a platform for, and being a voice alongside, those with chronic illness in business.
Rachel, the founder, is an award-winning designer + photographer, published logo designer + author, and is mama to two - slightly crazy - dogs, Storm + Jasper.