Winter wins – Valiant appointed by innovative new tech businesses
It’s been a very busy few months at the Valiant studios and we’re excited to have been appointed by some brilliant and varied businesses all with one thing in common – innovative technology.
We are currently working on a new website for biotech company Synthace. Described by the World Economic Forum as one of the world’s leading companies to take us through the 4th industrial revolution. Fascinating, innovative and brilliant to be a part of their growth.
Also underway is a a full branding and website project for CMD. The company prints on metal for many companies from Farrow & Ball paint tins through to infant formula for Nestlé. The discovery process with the great team in Wales has made us realise the quality and variety of print finishes available, even on metal. CMD appointed Valiant to help relaunch the business to celebrate the investment in new technology they are currently undertaking. The brand and web process will help reposition the company and clearly communicate its competencies. We can’t wait to launch this one.
We were really pleased to be appointed by the lovely team at Lumi Plugin to help them launch their new product. Developed by a firefighter to save lives whilst appealing to architects, designers and consumers because of its design, Lumi has launched a combined light and sprinkler. We’ve been working with them on brand, website, exhibition and marketing materials.
Finally we are just completing a new brand identity for a state-of-the-art fitness studio in London. Can’t reveal too much about this yet but watch this space for more info as we help them build for launch next year.
All of these will make it across to our work pages once completed…and when we come up for air. If any of these projects sound similar to something you are considering don’t hesitate to give us a call for a chat to see if we can help 01252 783106.
By Valiant on November 7th, 2017
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