Wirral based, hi-impact consultancy, have officially launched its new brand- hi-impact media; a leading provider of media, digital services, visualisation packages and 3D Tours.
The new brand identity reflects the growth of services and clients that the media team have established following its initial two-year start-up. Chris Spencer, Digital Media Producer, states “The media division of hi-impact has grown significantly since 2016. We have gone from a very small team with a couple of members to a full team of graphic designers, web designers, CGI artists and 3D Tour experts, photographers and videographers who all work on an international scale. The re-brand is something we are very excited about as it brings together this multitude of services into one place and allows us to really focus on digital marketing solutions for our clients.”
hi-impact media will unveil a new logo, website and streamlined offerings which will illustrate the evolution of the department into a leading full-service division. It’s current client list which includes Liverpool FC, Twickenham Stadium, SunSeeker Yachts, Tranmere Rovers FC, Karen Millen and Tommy Hillfiger will also be showcased digitally. As well as a more formalised online presence, the media team will be launching their new social media identity to ensure they are visible across a range of platforms.
hi-impact media will unveil its new brand to clients and contacts on Friday 15th June 2018 across all social media portals, partner platforms and through online digital marketing. In recognition of their growth at an international level with clients from Amsterdam, Malta, Germany and even Australia, the team will also be attending IFB this year on 27th and 28th June.
Alan Thompson, Managing Director of hi-impact consultancy, states “This is an exciting time for hi-impact consultancy as we have reached a period of growth that allows for this department to be established under its own brand and we feel that it is the right time to invest in this area and give us a stronger presence both on and offline. We have worked very closely with our staff, as well as focusing on what our clients are looking for, to develop a brand identity that not only represents hi-impact consultancy as an established company but also represents the media team’s evolution into its own full-service division.’