A long-time client of ours is expanding his reach to help the community. Chiropractor and owner of Ideal Health, Dr. Greg Funk, launched HopeNWellness, an online affiliate of Metagenics supplements. Fifty percent of the sales through HopeNWellness go to Feeding America, which helps provide food for hungry families in the United States.
Run and Find Out What Happens was a fitness company run by personal trainer and running coach Michelle Golla. With goals of increasing her client base, Michelle came to us to determine the best course of action for taking her brand to the next level.
Lodestar Tax and Accounting is a client that FiG branded back in 2013. Lodestar, “provides outstanding service to our clients because of our dedication to the three underlying principles of professionalism, responsiveness, and quality.” In the years since we branded them, their business has expanded, and they reached out to us recently to help them brand a new payroll company they are launching.
We are happy to introduce, Wayfare Wellness, a new FiG client. Wayfare Wellness was a part of a downtown medical clinic operating under a different name, and they recently decided to branch off on their own. Our new client specializes in massage therapy to enhance the patient's quality of life.
We’ve done it before and we’re doing it again! We are pleased to announce that Amazing Moves Moving and Storage has tasked FiG with creating a new website design.
If you recall in July we announced our new client: Abraxas Emporium & Hookah Lounge — a new hookah lounge opening up in the Denver area that will cater to geeks and gamers 18+.
There are many logos that have stood the test of time – ones that almost everyone can identify immediately when seen: Coca-Cola, Nike, FedEx, Microsoft, etc. Have these logos become so familiar to us because of the billions of dollars these companies have spent in the pursuit of brand awareness? Or is it due to the logos themselves being well thought-out from conception?
When it comes to branding, many business leaders think only of the visibly tangible - how the logo, website, and collateral pieces look. Branding, however, is far more broad and goes much deeper. It's a combination of internal and external reputation management, purpose and expectations.