Global brand strategy, design and experience firm Siegel+Gale (www.siegelgale.com) today announced the completion of a rebranding initiative for GAM, one of the world’s leading independent asset management groups.
This week we were featured in Forbes, Brand Republic and Creative Bloq.
In this episode of Brand Matters, we speak to Clive Rohald, Executive creative director, EMEA, about how the fundamental reasons behind a rebrand have changed over the years.
This week we were featured in Inc. Magazine and Business2Community.
Recently, we crossed the pond to our London office to sit down with Ben Osborne, director of insights, EMEA, to talk about how to measure and build employee engagement, internal brand alignment, and why it is so important to find Brand Champions within an organization.
The Middle East region is in the midst of a massive growth curve that continues to expand the presence and reach of its brands, moving quickly beyond domestic audiences to address the world at large. As part of this process—and characteristic of a still greater maturity—the tactics of naming companies, products and initiatives will inevitably change to suit a wider variety of tastes.
Recently, we crossed the pond to our London office to sit down with Rana Brightman, strategy director with Siegel+Gale, and talk about disruptors, who’s shaking things up at the moment, and how simplicity can be the ultimate disruptor if deployed correctly.
In this episode of Brand Matters, Philip Davies, president, EMEA talks about the next wave of The Big Idea, herein defined as The Rich Idea: a brand experience that extends far past just a campaign or messaging, but is embedded within every touchpoint a brand has.
Liana Dinghile, group director of strategy, EMEA sits down with the Huffington Post UK and discusses the changing nature of women in business and shares her insights on building a career.
In this episode of Brand Matters, we return to London to speak with Liana Dinghile group strategy director, about her predictions for brands in 2016 and how this year, more than ever, brands will need to focus on humanizing customer experience across all touchpoints.