New projects this month - April 2015
We like to give you a sneak peek into some of the projects we have been working on recently and the new clients that are on board. They range from new branding projects, logos and strap line developments, to new website builds and campaign launches.
Easy Avenues specialise in corporate travel and bespoke events management. It is one of the fastest growing independent companies in the industry. Established in 2009 by Michelle Roughan, the company works with organisations of all sizes including a number of financial businesses, the National Fostering Agency and Molson Coors.
Easy Avenues are passionate about providing an elite and expert service to their clients, trusted to deliver extraordinary events that match the client, their brand and their unique brief. There is no travel or event requirement it cannot cater to. This dedicated, versatile, can-do approach is something that clearly defines them in their industry.
Easy Avenues approached Mackman to develop a new brand, including a logo and associated strap line. Designer Suzanne and Communications Manager Natasha have been working away on the branding and are looking forward to presenting concepts next week. Keep an eye out for this project coming soon on the Our Work page.
Event Essex offers conference, meeting and event facilities at both Colchester and Southend Campuses at the University of Essex. These facilities are available to internal academic departments, as well as both external businesses and public sector organisations.
Event Essex has identified an opportunity to expand their offering as the University’s event management service, and implement an increased focus on customer relationship management. Mackman are working with Event Essex to create a brand new website that reflects the full extent of the services they deliver and a platform they can use to apply their new branding.
W A Deacon Funeral services
W A Deacon Funeral services are an independent family run business based in the historic village of Lavenham in Suffolk. Established for 60 years, it has seen three generations of the Deacon family run the business. They pride themselves on their friendly approach and years of experience in funeral arranging.
W A Deacon approached Mackman to develop a new brand for their Funeral Services, to be applied to stationery and adverts. We're looking forward to working on the project, delivering a current brand that communicates their rich heritage and personable approach in a modern and professional way.
The Bridge Project
The Bridge Project, based in Sudbury, was set up in 1995 as a local charity to assist disadvantaged adults within the community. Regular readers will know about the long standing relationship between Mackman and The Bridge Project, and the number of projects we have been involved with together.
Mackman is pleased to continue to be working closely with the charity, this time to work on a campaign to update and refresh its branding and create informational leaflets about all the services the charity provides including its Tuesday Lunch Clubs and Meals on Wheels delivery service.