The 2017 Game Changer Awards celebrate the success, innovation, and strategic vision of some of the world’s most recognised professionals across a wide variety of sectors and industries. We are very pleased to have such a visionary leader to align our team and ensure we execute our strategic vision for the Brand Centre.
If you need to contact us, please be aware that the Adgistics’ offices will be closed from the evening of the 23rd of December and until the 3rd of January 2017.
We are delighted to announce that Adgistics has been identified as the winner of the 2016 Emtech Excellence Award for Most Outstanding Brand Management Technology.
Adgistics is happy to announce that the Company, along with our CEO Joe Jarrett, has been unveiled as one of the recipients of the Corporate Vision’s 2016 Executive Awards.
We are delighted to announce that for the second consecutive year Adgistics is the winner of the 2016 Technology Innovator Awards both for the Best Brand Management Technology and as a Recognised Leader in Proprietary Marketing.
The highly regarded Silicon Review, a business and technology magazine for tech decision makers and enterprise IT, has identified Adgistics as it’s company of the month for the month of August 2016.
We are pleased to announce that Joe Jarrett, Chief Executive of Adgistics, has been named as Wealth and Finance International’s ‘Business Elite CEO of the Year 2016’.
The Brand Centre enables organisations to build strong brand relationships and develop a powerful brand community.
A business and technology magazine for tech decision makers and enterprise IT, has recognized Adgistics as one of it’s 50 best companies to watch in 2016.
Successful brands know to take branding very seriously.
Adgistics is delighted to announce that it’s CEO Joe Jarrett has been identified as CEO of the month by the highly regarded corporate magazine.
There is a tight and intangible relationship between a brand’s promise, the delivery and the value it generates for any business.
The insight and inspiration that creates a great brand is only half the story – and in the long run even less than that.
Managing and protecting a brand effectively is the most challenging part of a brand manager’s role with constant array of external factors trying to pierce your perfect brand bubble.
In the past, the main way of “sharing” marketing materials was to email it, currently, when it comes to sharing and storing marketing assets, many organisations use the most commonly file-sharing and storage services such as Drobox, Wetransfer, cloud accounts.
Managing a brand effectively is one of the most challenging parts of being in charge of a business’s brand, especially for large organisations with partners around the globe, and multiple channels to market. This means, there is an increasing need for producing the right content, to the right audience, on the right channel at the right time.
The retail industry is fiercely competitive at the local, national and global level, for this reason retailers are trying to stay ahead of competition by engaging with constant advertising, discounting, seasonal promotions, merchandising and in store communications.
Brand Guidelines also commonly referred to as “brand standards” it is essentially a manual that sets out the fundamental rules in how the business principles, ethos, colour palette, logo, typography, imagery and photography should be represented across all touch-points.
Branding goes beyond just a logo or graphic element that visually represents your company. When you think of a brand you think of the entire experiences your customers have with your brand; everything from your website, social media, service offerings.
Brands are important. In fact, most people’s life stories can be told by a stream of brand names, for example: Pampers – Kellogg’s – Coke – Lego – Eastpak – Durex – Smirnoff – Led Zeppelin - Levi’s – Apple – BA – LA – MGM – Tiffany’s - Hugo Boss – BMW – Glenfiddich - JointAce – Nurofen – Highgate. 70 odd years in 20 names.