Forecight contacted Clementine House to help develop their branding as the business looks to disrupt a industry very much set in its ways.
The business was at a point where branding was no longer an option, but essential.
The brand identity has positioned the company strategically between the old and the new.
The challenge was to position the business as a source of infomation and not just as a business selling property.
The brand wanted to create an innovative app to allow clients to monitor their projects development.
Aligned Designs approached us firstly to help create their brand identity and also help them in developing an effective brand strategy to grow their business.
Kevin, an aspiring entrepreneur, tried to bring the name and simple logo for his business together himself, however he found it very challenging and asked us to assist.
Trufocal came to us with the task of completely rebranding their entire company to change their digital presence.
Skywells approached us to help communicate their message focused around their efforts in making a more sustainable future.
The company is backed by a multi-billion-dollar internationally known institutional investment firm, allowing them to be agile and direct in their efforts to support lawyers.
When Clementine House was approached by the property firm, we discovered that the businesses had outgrown their current strategy.
Fonyio approached us to help them develop a world-class packaging system to help them stand out in the saturated breakfast-to-go marketplace.
BBQ-AID required a rebrand and complete strategy overhaul as they prepare to meet ambitious objectives set out leading up to 2023.
If you want to know whether your logo is good or not, you’ll see it is easier than it seems. All you have to do is answer three key questions.
Building brand equity can be a truly powerful investment for any business. Start ups in particular can benefit significantly, helping them grow a loyal customer base who return to purchase the brand’s products regularly.
A study by Leicester university found that Brands that use music and sounds which are aligned with a brands identity are 96% more likely to be remembered by the consumer, than the brands that use ‘unfit’ sounds, music or just having nothing at all.
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