Imago changes look

Imago, the conferencing arm of Loughborough University, has unveils its new visual identity and change of name to Imago Venues.

The new image reflects a closer alignment of the Imago brand with its individual venue identities. It sits much closer to Loughborough University’s own branding to better emphasise the synergy between the two by using the same colour and font suite. The new logo is a motion graphic that sees each of the four venues coming together as one connected entity and the addition of the word “Venues” gives much greater clarity to what Imago provides.

Marketing manager, Rob Chamberlain said: “During the rebranding process, it was vitally important to retain our established company values but at the same time develop a new and modern identity that gives us a focus for the next phase of our business journey. The new branding shows a much clearer connectivity between our individual venues; a sense of being part of the bigger Imago Venues picture. After all, that holistic service and flexibility in our offering is what makes us unique.”

Commenting on Imago Venues’ rebrand, head of sales and marketing, Emma Boyton said: “It was important for us to strengthen our brand presence both on and offline whilst retaining our reputation for service excellence. The rebranding exercise allows us to keep communicating the right messages to both our corporate clients and University colleagues and stakeholders. The landscape for Meetings & Events is ever-changing and we need to adapt to maintain our position at the forefront of the industry. Our new branding gives us that ability.”

Martin Fullard

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Martin Fullard

Martin Fullard is the Deputy Editor at Conference News. Formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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