When executive jet catering specialist Deluxe decided to reinvigorate their brand they asked 400 to develop an identity that would better reflect their high quality of service and leading market position.
When global experiential marketing firm RPMC were invited to tender for British Telecom’s 2012 Olympics hospitality and ticketing contract they briefed 400 to design a bid package that reflected the high quality of their offering.
After undergoing a period of organisational change, Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) needed a brand that accurately reflected their ambitious objectives.
When asked to brand a firm of specialist tax advisors with a portfolio of services that overlap seamlessly with those of their clients, inspiration was found in the form of a simple Venn diagram.
Aspers, the UK's longest established gaming organisation, asked 400 to create an employee welcome pack which would inspire new recruits and communicate the company ethos.
As part of our ongoing brand development work for RBB Economics, a world leading consultancy specialising in competition economics, we were briefed to produce new recruitment literature that would attract the very best people to the firm.
3 architects, 2 housing associations, 1 developer, 30,000 words, 500 images, 250 illustrations, 50 tables, 80 floor plans, 500 pages and a 4 week deadline.
Experienced project management consultancy pdcm needed a new identity and brand style that reflected their service offering and market position, and that would help build awareness of the firm amongst a client base who were more familiar with the specific individuals they worked with.