Founder Nigel Holland wanted a name and identity for his new company. The company, The Holland Network, specialises in strengthening performance in senior leadership teams through personal mentoring and the exploration of ‘Emotional Intelligence’.
Hooray is a Cheltenham-based recruitment company priding itself on its ethical values and its positive attitude to job seeking. They needed a distinctive name and personality to stand out in a competitive field populated by companies whose approach was generic and corporate.
Ex KPMG partners Julian Thomas and Andrew Williams had set up their own operation and needed their new identity to express the company’s positioning as a collaborative consultancy sitting comfortably within the world of logic and problem solving.
The Graduate Union (known as the GU) was originally established in the 1950s to provide social facilities and refreshments for graduates. ASHA rebranded the organisation to enable them to better communicate their services and capabilities.
For almost a century, The League Against Cruel Sports has actively fought to ban animal hunting in the UK. Whilst a great deal has been achieved during that time, it is a charity which continues to strive for change.
Known for being an innovator, open and unafraid to challenge traditional methods, Beach wanted a brand identity that would reflect these qualities; breaking the mould and differentiating them clearly within the industry.
In 2002 Marksteen Adamson (when global Creative Director of Interbrand), led the original branding work for Estonia resulting in the successful ‘Welcome to Estonia’ Campaign that helped Estonia’s pitch to become part of Europe.
After re-writing the original Rule Book created in 1740 to give to the new Freeman of the City of London, Canon David Parrott commissioned ASHA to redesign and promote the updated version of ‘Rules for the Conduct of Life’.
“Complacency can be dangerous. Because we’re number one in our market, we think like a number one. But we’d do better to think like a number two. They’re hungrier. More eager to please. More willing to give customers something different if that’s what it takes.”
Global Angels is an international charity helping communities in poverty turn their lives around. With a corporate identity unsuitable for much of their activity, Global Angels asked us to create a promotional brand campaign…