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According to research in 2014 by POPAI, the Global Association for Retail Marketing, in-store purchase decisions are at an all-time high. As a result there is a trend towards investing more into in-store marketing.
When new start-up, super foods company, Kaizen Living was ready to launch their new health and protein kitchen, EAT: Kaizen, they came to us to help bring their vision to life.
EAT: Kaizen is a health and protein kitchen serving delicious and healthy food to fuel the body and mind. Customers are able to enjoy the food at the restaurant, by using the ‘Grab and go’ takeaway service or by buying the specially sourced ingredients to make the dishes at home.
In 2015, our client, FirstGroup, chose Prostate Cancer UK as their Charity of Choice following a vote of 25,000 employees from its bus, rail and tram operations across the UK.
Berkeley’s customers range from your average householder buying home insurance to national hotel chains… and everything in between.
Berkeley approached us to create a corporate brochure after seeing our work for Leicester Cathedral. They wanted to promote their portfolio of insurance products and services to a wider customer base.
Oak Court is an £8 million extra care scheme in Blaby, developed by emh group. It contains 50 contemporary, high quality self-contained apartments designed to meet the needs of an ageing population. It aims to provide independent living for people with care needs with on site support available when they need it.
Function Jigsaw – a young, growing sports injury management specialist – had invested in a logo and website when they started up in 2014.
The team at Function Jigsaw grew quickly and their offer diversified. As a result their visual brand had became diluted and wasn’t working clearly for their customers.
Earlier this year, Goldsmiths formed a partnership with Jenny Packham to design a special range of bridal jewellery.
The British designer is famous for creating fashion pieces for the stars with a client list that includes the likes of Kate Winslet, Taylor Swift, Helen Mirren and the Duchess of Cambridge.