We're delighted to reveal a couple of significant new brand projects our team has secured for Electrify.
Towards the end of February, we secured the opportunity to work with Scotland's biggest charity supporting homeless people, Blue Triangle.
We're working on a major brand messaging, values and visual ID programme of work at a transformative time for the charity, which has been under new leadership since the latter part of 2020.
And then early in March we were awarded a contract to deliver the Royal Caledonian Education Trust's (RCET) new brand, which will include a new name, messaging and identity.
The children's charity supports young people from armed forces families, giving them the support to achieve and thrive.
Over the coming weeks and months, we'll tell you more about how both projects are evolving.
Our Head of creative services Lauren Bennett said: "It's been brilliant to secure some fantastic projects with clients who have been so positive about our approach. We're incredibly excited to see how both Blue Triangle and RCET's brand proposition exercises take shape.
"It's an exciting time for everyone working at Electrify. We've secured some really exciting projects across a range of third sector and not-for-profit clients, and are currently strengthening our team.
"What helps with this is that we love what we do, there's huge enthusiasm within our team and a genuine passion for our work. It makes it a good place to work."
Some of these wins include, securing a major project with the Scottish Health Technologies Group, part of Healthcare Improvement Scotland.
Elsewhere we're building a complete content campaign for Big Hearts Community Trust as part of the annual (this year, digitally delivered) awareness day, and we're working on a new project with Alzheimer Scotland ahead of the Scottish elections.
Electrify is a creative marketing & communications agency. We help clients who share our values tell extraordinary, powerful stories that inspire action.
Some of our key clients include: Age Scotland, Alzheimer Scotland, Impact Funding Partners, Dogs for Good, Electric Umbrella, Registers of Scotland, and the SPFL Trust.
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