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Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA) drinks

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We attended the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA) drinks held at the Tuscan Bar. The Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance is a union and professional organisation that has members within the arts, media, sport and entertainment industries.

This event provided us the opportunity to network with journalists, academics and communications professionals.

The event had a strong and diverse turn out. As a marketing agency we often contact the media on behalf of our clients as this is sometimes part of the marketing mix we recommend to our clients. It was great to network with established and emerging professionals within the media, entertainment and arts industries.

Examples of our rebranded marketing material

Following Our Own Advice – The Rebrand of Syneka Marketing

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In late 2012 we decided to rebrand Syneka Marketing. We strive to be innovative and keep up with the latest marketing and design trends.  We felt that whilst we had consistent branding, a fresh new look would help demonstrate the full range of our services.

Rebranding is not an easy task. Rebranding your own organisation is even more difficult due to the fact that it can be difficult to remain objective. We decided that the best way to approach the rebrand was to treat us the same way as one of our our clients.

We began this process by defining who we are as an agency. We discovered that there were strong links between our brand and that of our Managing Director, Alex.  We also considered  where we want to go into the future and what kind of agency we want to become.

We decided that we want  to be seen as a full service marketing agency, comprised of highly skilled marketing and communication professionals who deliver results with integrity.

We made the decision that we wanted all our rebranded material to be clean, easy to read and recognizable.

The first step in our rebranding process was to develop a logo that was reflective of the organisation that we wanted to become. The logo we selected plays on the first letters of our name and is easy to recognize. We chose various shades of blue as we felt that this reinforced the clean look that we were trying to achieve.

Upon completing the logo we began working on a range of stationery and promotional materials to accompany the logo. We decided to use various segments of circles as this matched our logo and added depth to the design. The circles are representative of our vision, that success begins with strategy and that strategy encompasses the entire organisation.

In 2013 we are ready to launch our rebrand with the development of our new website.  We look forward to servicing our clients creative, strategic and digital needs further in 2013.