Thompson Brand Partners Rebrands TopCashback

Thompson Brand Partners has completed the rebrand of TopCashback, said to be the UK’s highest paying cashback and vouchers website – www.topcashback.co.uk. Having grown over recent years to over 4,500,000 members, TopCashback felt it needed to update its branding in order to reflect its position in both the UK and international markets. “We set out […]
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IC Design Brand London’s Second ‘Cat Café’

IC Design has created the branding and interim phase of a website for Ginger & Tom’s, London’s second cat café set to open in West Hampstead this Autumn. The café is being set up by Anna Kogan Nasser who is the co-founder of Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium in Shoreditch – claimed to be London’s first […]
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U.S. Coffee Brand ‘Green Mountain’ Unveils New Look

Keurig Green Mountain, said to be America’s number one single serve coffee brand, has announced the launch of Green Mountain Coffee Organic – a new line of ‘premium’ coffees that are both organic and Fair Trade Certified. The new launch marks the first collection of a double certified line of Green Mountain Coffee ever available […]
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Prophet Launches New Brand Identity for Ardent

Ardent, the new company created from the recent merger of salvage specialists, Svitzer Salvage and Titan Salvage, has launched a new global corporate identity. Created by design consultancy Prophet the new brand identity includes the name, positioning, brand logo, and full visual and verbal identity. The identity will be used across a range of items […]
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Forbes Mergers and Acquisitions Overhauls Branding

Forbes Mergers and Acquisitions, a major U.S. M&A transaction advisory firm, has announced that it has completed a rebranding initiative that includes the creation of a new company name, “The Forbes M+A Group,” a new tagline, “EVERY DETAIL COUNTS,” a redesign of the firm’s website and other collateral, and an entirely new design and build-out […]
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PG Tips Gets New Logo and Packaging Design

PG tips, said to be the UK’s number one tea brand from Unilever UK, is revamping its entire range with a brand new pack design – the biggest change from the brand since it introduced its pyramid teabags in 1996. The new packaging has been overhauled by Jones Knowles Ritchie in an attempt to make […]
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Bluemarlin Unveils New Design for ‘Rocks’ Drinks

International brand design agency bluemarlin has rolled in a new design for Rocks range of squashes. The concept encompasses the brand’s entire identity, including packaging, communications and digital, and will support the brand’s plans for growth as it stretches into the competitive ‘Ready to Drink’ category. Bluemarlin says it was charged with discovering a brand […]
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