Marketing and communications agency Project Neon has launched a new brand identity. The agency is based in Stavanger, Norway, and has a strong client base of energy sector companies with an international footprint.
"When I started Project Neon seven years ago, I was the only employee. Now we consist of a team of eight specialists who offer the full range of digital marketing and communication services within B2B. The agency has grown and matured over the past seven years. So, our brand identity needed an update to reflect our development and growth ambitions," said Laura Lewis, founder and CEO.
Although Project Neon are in Stavanger, Norway, their customer base has an international footprint. This means that the deliveries are in English, a fact that distinguishes Project Neon from other Norway-based agencies. Customers include companies such as Archer, TGT FourPhase, and Ocean Installer. But despite increased competition and tougher times in the marketing industry, Project Neon has clear growth ambitions.
"Over the past 12 months, we have strengthened the Project Neon team, hiring seniors with extensive experience. This means that we are well positioned to strengthen our position as an energy focused agency, while also increasing our presence in complementary industries. Naturally the blue economy is a relevant sector for us, mainly within aquaculture and shipping," says Laura Lewis.
Project Neon has a clear vision for its brand identity centred on creating chemistry for client brands. This involves establishing solid client connections, mixing the right marketing and communications formula and igniting reactions in the target audience.
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