We were really pleased to celebrate the launch our rebrand of Tyldesley’s Pelican Centre this week with the client team.
Developed largely during the lockdown earlier in 2021, the rebrand, including a new logo, strapline and brand messaging, creates an independent identity for the Pelican Centre, clearly communicating its charitable status and unique place at the heart of the local community. As the Centre looks to celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2022, this rebrand gives the Centre a great springboard for future growth in its second decade.
We’re delighted to have launched a new website for Bolton’s Impression Limited, a visual branding specialist working with major national high street retailers, regional local authorities, education institutions and North West businesses.
Developed over a 6-month period during 2020, the new site communicates Impression’s fantastic brand message in detail, whilst clearly packaging their services into a process that shines a spotlight on every team member’s work.
With a necessity for a local marketing agency to work with its North West teams, City Health Care Partnership (CHCP) tendered for marketing agencies in the local area to provide marketing support for Healthy Routes in Wigan and Leigh, Smokefree St Helens and Smokefree Knowsley.
CRE8’s experienced graphic designers, backed by marketing know-how from dedicated Marketing Managers, recently designed new full-wrap vehicle graphics for Marketing Manager 360 client CCS Garage Equipment Specialists in Leigh.
Following a recent showroom relocation, local bathroom and kitchen specialist HomeSquad aimed to increase footfall and visibility amongst its local target audience, predominantly private homeowners in the North West region.
The last 10 years have seen CRE8 grow from Paul freelancing from his back-bedroom office, to a team of seven marketing and creative Goodguys, offering everything from web and graphic design to marketing strategy, outsourced management and content, PR and operational support.
2009 was a big year for Paul! Following redundancy and with a long-held desire to work in the creative sector, Paul took the leap of faith and started freelancing in graphic and web design from his back bedroom in Tyldesley.