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It’s been a hectic few months here at Cognique with many exciting new client projects going live in time for Christmas. We’re closing from Christmas Eve but we will be back, refreshed and raring to go from 2 January. Until then, like Dave, have a peaceful Christmas and New Year from us all at Cognique.
How do you outline your diverse services to existing and potential new clients in a clear, engaging and straightforward way? This was the dilemma that leadership and management consultants Sampson Hall asked us to solve for them. Oh, and they needed a solution REALLY quickly! One, brain-storming meeting later and we'd devised a set of smart, colour coded service cards all of which fitted neatly into a bespoke, die cut sleeve featuring a debossed logo, complete with gloss varnish.
Cognique were recommended to solicitors Chubb Bulleid, who wanted marketing material for a forthcoming B2B event. The law firm opted for pop-up banners, a presentation folder, A5 flyers for each of their services (28 in total), and graphics for wall mounted display panels for their Wells, Street (our near neighbours in Leigh Road) and Somerton offices.
Specialist consultancy Engineering and Systems Safety (ESS) is now dressed to impress with a new identity and stationery by Cognique. Established in 2007, ESS provides consulting services to markets where safety is critical, such as high hazard defence systems. The new identity is designed to reflect the containment and management of risk, and perfectly complements the credibility of the firm's consultants.
Independent dairy consultants Kingshay once again turned to Cognique for the design of their annual Dairy Costings Focus. The 24 page report which analyses dairy herd management is packed with specialist industry insight, and the striking design features photography taken by Kingshay MD, Duncan Forbes. The finished report was printed in time for the National Dairy Show and was published online, forming part of an email campaign.
ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, has begun accepting applications for new generic top-level domains (TLDs), allowing organisations more choice in selecting a domain name or even allowing them to request their own private ‘dot anything’ names. Why the change? With over 200m active websites, the internet is running out of domain names! The most usable names are already taken in the most popular suffixes such as .com, .net, .info and .co.uk, making it increasi...
Old Mill pride themselves on the advice and support they offer small businesses and a new set of literature from the leading accountants and financial planners proves just that. Their Business Services collateral is aimed specifically at helping small businesses understand more about dealing with the issues facing them and covers subjects such as: Incorporation, Management Accounts, Tax Tips and Finance Options. Cognique were once again on-hand to design this first wave of Business Services l...
We recently completed a new website for Castle Welding and Fabrication of West Pennard. The Directors, Angela and Julian Wittleton, wanted a site that they could update themselves and which communicated the truly mind boggling range of metal related products and services - they really do make light work of heavy metal!
© Oak Barn Photography, www.oakbarnphoto.com From left to right: Graeme Crosbie of Level Up, Helen Lacey of Red Berry Recruitment, Paul Stephenson and Nigel Reece of Cognique, and Alan Stone of Old Mill Accountants and Financial Planners. Cognique were proud to sponsor the Somerset Chamber Annual Business Leaders Dinner 2013 recently held in The Castle Hotel in Taunton. Over 70 business owners from Somerset's leading organisations enjoyed fine dining followed by an entertaining after din...
Fresh off the press is this new stationery range and identity for Wells based hardwood craftsmen Simons & Son. Established in 1977 by father Christopher, the business has recently undergone a change of name and new branding under the influence of son Alex. Despite all the changes, good quality never goes out of fashion and the business is looking to capitalise on local demand for bespoke hardwood windows, doors and furniture.
From today Southgate Auction Rooms has a new website from which to promote its weekly auctions. The site, designed and developed by Cognique, is powered by a simple content management system customised to meet Southgate's needs. In addition we created an email template for use with our hosted email marketing system to allow Southgate Auctions Rooms to keep in touch with buyers and sellers. Both the website and email templates are optimised to display well on mobile phones and tablet devices. ...
The ever proactive St David's Farm Practice spotted a gap in the sheep veterinary market for a friendly, approachable service for the smallholder. Having designed the identity for both The Chicken Vet and Pro Ovine, Cognique were once again on hand to develop The Sheep Vet identity. We also designed adverts, flyers, business cards, a banner and a Powerpoint template to support sheep vet Jen Hall.
We recently developed this new identity for East Devon based independent Estate and Lettings Agents Richardson Gill. Partners Andy Richardson and Malcolm Gill immediately spotted the value of the deckchair motif and have now purchased branded versions which have pride of place in their new Seaton office.
We are pleased to announce the launch of a website for Mendip Auction Rooms, a new venture operated by Chartered Surveyors KIllens. The website is powered by a web based content management system to make it easy to update. See more at www.mendipauctionrooms.co.uk
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