Brand language and identity, copywriting, marketing, social media coaching and website design and development.
Creative Team: Amy Beeson and Divya Venkatesh
We’ve had a long relationship with Renatus. We began working with them in small coaching sessions to work on their brand language and give them a stronger understanding of their USP and audiences.
After several sessions sharing our branding and marketing know-how we’d built up trust and began working on the visual identity for the brand and marketing, checking in with them every step of the way.
The Renatus team already had a website but after the success of their marketing wanted to bring the website on brand as well and to switch over to WordPress. We presented concepts and managed the migration, design, development and copywriting for the new website and made good use of all the previous digital marketing we’d already delivered for social media.
Now, whenever they have a new project we talk to them about the communications strategy, do some marketing and PR training if it’s something they take on more responsibility for in-house and then use their beautiful brand guidance to ensure communications are fresh but consistent and they get the most out of their budget.
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