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brand identity

the meaning of a BRAND, seen from the firm's point of view, as encoded in the promotional messages and business actions of the brand owners.
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Tatum's new brand identity highlights its ability to lead the human capital space and is an effort to better communicate Tatum's broad spectrum of executive and consulting services.
Junked in the USA owners are thrilled with the logo and brand identity work completed for them by Falco Design, and they are looking forward to working closely with the design firm on future projects.
Under the new brand identity, the new corporate logo is symbolised by two arrows -- one forward arrow that represents the company's forward-looking approach and a backward arrow that signifies its proven reverse logistics strategy.
FLEXcon and ITW Security and Brand Identity Group have taken facilitating GHS compliance a step further by working with Printer OEMs such as Microplex and cab to ensure the compatibility of their products with those printers.
Gallup wanted to learn more about this concept of identity alignment and how consequential it can be for organizations that successfully align their core brand identity with consumers who are already familiar with them.
Unveiling the brand identity, Tirad Mahmoud, bank CEO said, "ADIB is re-launching its brand identity as a symbol of a new promise.
The agency conducted the communications audit for us and eventually developed the new corporate brand identity in conjunction with our Corporate Communications department.
It is a pleasure to work with PNC Bank as they adopt a new brand identity," stated Gregg Stopa, senior vice president of DMR Architects.
Colle+McVoy produced a three-part teaser mailing to dealers, advertising a company wide conference call to discuss the new brand identity, and a staggering 90 percent of the dealers called in.
A new brand identity for the co-operative movement will be unveiled in 2005 in a bid to give societies a more coherent and consistent public face.