Romerco Ltd.Marketing communications
Graphic Design“You never get a second chance to make a first impression.”
High impact design and bold context lay the foundation for many of the tools in the marketing bag. We work to ensure that our clients maintain continuity and excellence in their images and designs across all mediums.
Cousins Entertainment Corporate Identity
Olympic Gold Medalist, Robin Cousins MBE, launched his own brand for his entertainment services and needed a logo which was subtle yet recognisable, understated but elegant.The golden artists scribble conveyed excellence and creativity as well as his heritage in figure skating.
DuPont™ Teflon® Exhibition Support
Mood Boards for trade shows and other exhibitions illustrate the colour story and demonstrate that the brand is leading the market and on-trend, supporting the trade and offering the consumer what they want.
Araldite® Advertising Campaign
Print and digital advertising for Araldite® designed and placed to support marketing activities and build awareness of the new distribution with Velcro® over an extended campaign.
Pendley Manor Shakespeare Festival
This annual local Tring community event with heritage and tradition needed a facelift and a media relations campaign to revitalise interest and build attendance.A redesign of the programme, together with a press launch and photocall achieved a significant uplift in ticket sales of 17%.
House Of Colour
Briefed to illustrate visually the four seasons for colour consultants House of Colour, Romerco developed a creative concept and imagery to support the theme. The company adopted the resulting image and graphic design as its new corporate logo.
High-end advertising was required to support this fashion brand. We handled the development of the advertisements from concept to execution, including selecting the models, styling, shooting, layout and copywriting. The ads were placed in the top circulation consumer print magazine Town & Countr...
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