Brand Update & Website
Idea Grove reassessed Chowly's messaging and branding, built foundational marketing pillars, created buyer personas, refined their social media presence, audited their review site presence, provided strategic guidance, executed PR campaigns, and concluded with a website rebrand and launch.
Rebrand & Website
Idea Grove strengthened InstiCo's marketing strategy by creating a brand framework, defining buyer personas, and revamping their brand image with updated messaging and a new logo. These proactive steps resulted in a stronger presence in the industry and the launch of a new, streamlined website built on Hubspot.
Idea Grove looked at the current branding strategy and website design and decided to first craft a sophisticated, personable and user-friendly website that told the ConverseNow story in a compelling way. This meant a rejuvenated rebrand that included new colors, fonts and brand guidelines, in addition to a new logo – all of which more closely captured the brand’s essence. From there, we assisted with the website design and development, which included over 200 custom icons, illustrations and animations.
Rebrand & Website
Idea Grove redesigned ConverseNow's website to tell their story in a more compelling way, including a rejuvenated rebrand with a new logo, color pallette, fonts, over 200 custom icons, illustrations, and animations.
Naming & Rebrand
The leadership team at Syslink Xandria knew the business was ready to evolve. Idea Grove set out to create a new message, name, and brand identity to help bring their business to new heights.
To stay competitive, grocery stores have to do more than just stock shelves, produce bins, meat, and dairy aisles with products consumers want to buy. They have to provide customer experiences that today’s shoppers expect while running leaner operations, optimized by cutting-edge technology systems.
"I wanted an agency that felt like an extension of my team."
After moving to a new company, Liz Thrailkill was looking for a way to expand her marketing team. In working with Idea Grove, she found a group of creative thinkers that were ready to help her tackle all her marketing projects.