Insight, honesty and purpose drive effective brands.
At Journey, we help you work out everything that matters to your business and your customers, defining your brand and articulating your communications.
Wherever you are on your business journey, customer perception has a direct impact on your bottom line*
Every business has a brand, consciously or sub consciously it exists and should represent what you promise to deliver
In an age of mistrust, it’s never been more important for your brand to be an honest reflection of your business today
Journey has delivered great work, under time pressure and occasionally with added frustrations! We are really happy with the creative output, and it is great to work with someone whose sense of humour never fails and who retains a zen-like calm when I’m feeling stressed. The yoga is clearly paying off!...
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Journey launches new look and web site for Ascentor
Working with the key stakeholders, we were able to identify the uniqueness of the business and articulate it through carefully thought out design and use of key words. The outcome is a far more modern, up to date web site with three clear areas through which to lead their existing...
5 things to consider as part of your brand strategy
Without a clear brand strategy you will work harder for less impact, less consistency and less value. Once it is in place, however, your content will efficiently and consistently deliver on your goals and your channel activity, including social media, will all but take care of itself....
..the importance of marketing in challenging times
Reducing your marketing activity may help you hit financial targets short-term, but it will definitely leave your company in a less competitive position when the economy picks up again. Certainly the natural instinct is to sit tight and ride out the storm but...