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engage4more unveils new brand identity

23-June-2017
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engage4more unveils new brand identity


Employee engagement and employer branding company, engage4more has announced its new brand identity. The logo is reflective of the firm's vision and the philosophy of using employee engagement to raise enthusiasm for the workplace.


The new look, three interlocking pieces of jigsaw puzzle, represent the diversity in an organisation with the belief that they can be engaged irrespective of the extreme challenges. It also represents the 3 key businesses of engage4more and their diverse methods to bring employee engagement to life.


 It is an integration of diverse elements that form an upward going arrow – a visual cue that once the pieces are in place, a company rises. A contemporary purple colour has been chose for the new logo, along with a conservatively hip typeface, keeping in mind that the target audience -- India’s corporate work force -- is young


Speaking about the new logo and identity, Nishant Parashar, Founder of engage4more, said, “We take on the phase two of our journey by launching our new logo on our seventh anniversary. Our new brand identity and logo is a visual expression of what we do for our clients.  The new brand identity reflects our journey of transformation in the employee engagement industry. The past seven years have been great and we hope we only grow further from here on. A big thank you to all for getting us here”

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