BRAND ALIGNMENT

Sometimes our clients find themselves with the difficult task of aligning their brand with a business strategy that is evolving over a period of time. It may be that they need to appeal to a new target audience or that they find themselves engaging with one audience to the detriment or exclusion of another. In such situations we find it is crucial to create a multi-dimensional brand; providing the brand with the ability to communicate the right message to the relevant audience in a way that enhances and consolidates the brand. We work with clients to enable them to credibly engage with different audiences.

  • The Graduate Union at the University of Cambridge

    The Graduate Union (known as the GU) was originally established in the 1950s to provide social facilities and refreshments for graduates. ASHA rebranded the organisation to enable them to better communicate their services and capabilities.
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  • LEAGUE

    For almost a century, The League Against Cruel Sports has actively fought to ban animal hunting in the UK. Whilst a great deal has been achieved during that time, it is a charity which continues to strive for change.
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  • Kazakhstan

    To find out more contact us at us@agencyasha.com.
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  • WWF

    Although originally focused on species conservation, WWF now influences global policymaking as well as leading research and undertaking huge environmental projects…
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  • Estonia

    In 2002 Marksteen Adamson (when global Creative Director of Interbrand), led the original branding work for Estonia resulting in the successful ‘Welcome to Estonia’ Campaign that helped Estonia’s pitch to become part of Europe.
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  • Ashburton

    Ashburton was the investment management arm of FirstRand Group, one of Africa’s largest financial services companies.
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  • Cresent

    Cresent is an expert in the field of Health and Safety within the Oil and Gas industry.
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  • Urban Saints

    When the charity, formerly know as the Crusaders, approached us they were celebrating their centenary.
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