Edson Evers, one of the longest-running communication businesses in the Midlands, has unveiled its new branding, beginning its next chapter as a leading multi-channel PR and marketing agency.
Established in 1972 and based in Stafford, Staffordshire, Edson Evers’ rebrand builds upon its established reputation for delivering award-winning national and international PR and marketing campaigns, while updating the organisation’s brand identity and raising the profile of its digital, video and content offering.
With clients including Calor Gas, lock and security provider Yale, and habitat and construction markets leader Saint-Gobain, the agency’s multi-channel approach covers public relations, crisis communications, content and design, digital services, social media and influencer marketing.
Managing Director Grace Duggal explains: “We are extremely proud to launch our new branding, which captures the essence of what we do: helping organisation’s share inspiring ideas, create compelling conversations with key influencers and deliver exciting content campaigns, whatever the channel or medium.
“The new logo’s design pays homage to ideas and communication, whether in the form of a thought bubble, speech or that all-important ‘light bulb’ moment.
“Put simply, our mission is to tell your story to the people that matter. With our help, businesses can develop what might begin as a small idea or conversation, and amplify it so it becomes something truly special and captures people’s imagination.
“We have had hugely positive feedback from the current businesses we work with about the rebrand and, as we move into 2018, we cannot wait to see what new opportunities it helps generate.”
Edson Evers employs 23 members of staff, including an in-house design studio, videographer and a team of digital experts. The organisation is also a member of the International Public Relations Network.