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Building unity and cohesion across the Nutreco world by reinterpreting its core values and creating an internal communications campaign to promote a deeper sense of connection.

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Putting the soul back into the ForFarmers’ brand by reinvigorating its brand strategy and developing a new and consistent communications’ approach for all its internal and external communication needs.

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The Fremantle Trust

Perception study, brand definition and new corporate identity to provide a compelling narrative and sense of purpose to unite staff across the brand.

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Isle of Man

Despite having a highly diverse and successful economy, the Isle of Man suffered from negative external perceptions, being perceived as a ‘tax haven on a windy, barren rock in the Irish sea’.

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Lamprey Energy

Run by the same family since 1923, by 2010 Lamprey Brothers had lost focus, with declining customer numbers and an increasingly poor service record.

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American Express

…our research revealed that it wasn’t ‘all about money’ and that staff actually felt undervalued and disengaged.

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Helping to push into the FTSE100 – the biggest business process change Serco had ever undertaken…

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London & Partners

London & Partners was formed to take responsibility for promoting the whole of London…

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So... where do you start to brand a city?
Is your marketing as effective as it could be?
What do your customers really think of you?
What do your stakeholders think your brand proposition is anyway?
How can you get your staff to be more engaged with your organisation?
What really makes you different, what is your USP?