Growth Engineering Level Up With Brand Refresh and Website Update
Growth Engineering wage war on dull online learning. Now, they’re upping the ante with a turbocharged brand and a fully re-energised website.
The updated brand is the most recent in a long string of victories for Growth Engineering: including new regional offices in Singapore, an ever-expanding client portfolio and the unprecedented success of The Knowledge Arcade - Growth Engineering’s award-winning microlearning app.
The new brand brings into focus Growth Engineering’s commitment to helping organisations across the world achieve their mission by delivering training that impacts their business.
Whilst the refreshed brand maintains Growth Engineering’s iconic colour palette, font selection and logo, the overall style and presentation has been updated to deliver a slicker, more modern impression.
At the same time, Growth Engineering have added further levels of clarity and focus to their messaging, to ensure it resonates with its audience.
The cleaner look and feel of the Growth Engineering website combined with a new structure makes it easier for visitors to find what exactly what they want they’re looking for.
Juliette Denny, Growth Engineering’s Ideologist in Chief had this to say about the new brand: “Our new brand is absolutely gorgeous! I couldn’t be more overjoyed - it distils everything that makes Growth Engineering so incredible: our dedication to innovation, our love for learning and our obsession with engagement and fun.”
Growth Engineering’s Marketing Director, Harry Cloke, said the following: “This has been a long time coming. We’re incredibly excited to show off our refreshed brand to the rest of the world. The Growth Engineering brand has received a makeover. We’ve given it a trendy new haircut, a fashionable new outfit and a new lease of life. We couldn’t be more delighted with how it has turned out.
Our ultimate goal is to have the strongest brand in the learning technologies space – to help us stand out from the competition, communicate our key messages effectively and create new recruits and allies in the battle against dull online learning.”