Eco Global Markets get a new identity and web presence, in time for a new office

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City carbon management consultancy Eco Global Markets has a striking new identity and a new web presence

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Fresh office, fresh identity and a fresh website. Eco Global Markets couldn't be more excited about 2012!

Eco Global Markets recently moved to Heron Tower, so what better time to unveil their new identity and online presence! Allying themselves with sustainable city development Heron Tower, the carbon management company have overhauled their existing logo, brochure and website to create a contemporary brand to reflect their rapid development.

Eco Global Markets, who are quickly growing ahead of moving to their new office in Heron Tower in November, wanted an identity and website to reflect their slick corporate image. The company, who trade carbon credits (including green CERs) and also help businesses and individuals to buy carbon neutrality, had several key goals for their new site.

The logo had to be fresh, clean and representative of the business. The brochure had to clearly illustrate the products that EGM sells, whilst providing a clean, earthy look and feel. The website had to be professional and corporate whilst retaining the holistic, wholesome aspects of the identity. Furthermore, the site had to display a range of information about Eco Global Markets carbon products, projects and approach.

Eco Global Markets Director, Robert O’Brien, said: “We are very pleased with our new corporate identity. We felt it was time freshen up our appearance and what better time than to coincide with our office move.”

The identity and brochure was created by award-winning creative and marketing services agency Fuse8. Meanwhile the website and online marketing is being handled by ex-Google consultancy team Hex Digital. With Eco Global Markets well settled in to new office Heron Tower, the time was ripe for an identity and online presence overhaul.

Happy Christmas from all the team at Eco Global Markets!

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