As we begin 2017, it is time to review, reflect and recharge for the year ahead.
2016 was a landmark year for Landor as we celebrated our 75th anniversary and the inspiring vision of our founder Walter Landor. Global celebrations were marked with outings and team bonding.
Our team members put to use their experience and knowledge to author some thought leadership articles in the world of brands and branding.
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We look forward to delivering breakthrough strategic and creative work in 2017 for our clients.
We wish you and yours a wonderful new year.
‘Analytics’ is a scary word. In a market crowded with intimidating solutions, Fractal Analytics created an artificial intelligence product (delivered through an app) that offers personalised marketing intelligence for brand managers. We were tasked with creating a brand that is as disruptive as the product itself.
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
As Sri Lanka entered the international eye as a holiday destination, so did it become the destination for many international hotel chains. With the influx of competition in the hospitality space, Cinnamon had to prepare to compete with global standards. We helped them find what they stood for, and to craft a brand portfolio story that could be the leading tourism brand in Sri Lanka.