Once upon a time, success looked like a man in a conventional black suit and tie. Well, that time has passed. The workplace has changed, and the traditional and safe attire which once dominated the wardrobe has been traded in for options that better reflect the modern man’s dynamic aspirations.
Teejay (formerly known as Textured Jersey Limited) is a leading Sri Lankan textile manufacturer catering to a wide portfolio of international clients like Calvin Klein, Marks & Spencer, Victoria Secret and others. The company had been growing rapidly and had recently made two new acquisitions – Ocean India and Quenby Sri Lanka. It was now necessary for Textured Jersey Limited to build an inspiring corporate brand that portrayed the group’s differentiation as well as their collective strengths. The new brand would serve as a rallying cry to galvanize all current employees and attract new talent
By Lulu Raghavan
Branding has not fundamentally changed in the age of social networks. Social media is just another channel, although a critical one now, that has to be mastered and perfected as a medium if brands are to thrive in this uber connected world that we live in.
A brand still needs to stand for a singular compelling idea that is both meaningful to its target audience and different from its competitors. A brand still needs to have consistency in presentation and experience across different touch points of the brand. And it still takes years to build a brand’s reputation but just one mistake to tarnish it. These basic tenets of what a brand stands for and how they work have not changed.