Party in the Park – The Strategic Building of a New Brand
1st March 2011
MBH Practice recently approached Design Inc for help with the building of a new brand. recently celebrated the launch of their new corporate identity and next generation website by strategic branding consultants and marketing partner Design Incorporated at their new offices in Regents Park Road, Finchley.
The multi-disciplined property consultancy’s guest list read like a who’s who of the London property scene, including media contacts, partners of established and up-and-coming professional firms, property owners, property management clients and trusted suppliers. A great opportunity for networking within the west end property sector.
Frank Norman, Design Inc’s Commercial Director and Design Inc’s built environment project specialist attended the champagne and canapé reception on our behalf and comments, “The re-launched, strategic brand identity for MBH Practice was created to represent the coming together of the property disciplines now offered by the practice, working both together and individually. The chosen design also represents a building footplate as well as thinking both within and outside of the box.”
Frank continues ‘More and more we are being seen as our clients’ outsourced marketing partner. Getting under their skin by sharing in events like this clearly benefits the strategic direction of our creative briefs and resulting campaign work. We wish MBH Practice all the success they deserve and look forward to continuing being part of that success in the future.”
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