Inntel unveils rebrand and new website

Meetings and travel management provider Inntel has undergone a rebrand to mark its 30th anniversary.

Inntel rebrand: refreshed logo and corporate image
Inntel rebrand: refreshed logo and corporate image

The rebrand, undertaken by Valiant Design and launched this week (1 December) involved an internal employee engagment programme and the design of a new website, alongside a refresh of the Inntel logo and its corporate image.

The new look includes a sharper, more contemporary version of the Inntel logo and a new icon - the Inntel Iris – which represents the different aspects of Inntel’s service blended together to create a tailored package for clients. 

Inntel managing director Douglas O'Neill said: "We wanted our identity to reflect the values that are driving the company's sucess. Earlier this year we organised a series of internal workshops to explore the Inntel ‘personality’ and from those discussions we created a series of people-focused values. Our new identity hopefully reflects these values."

Over the coming months Inntel will be embarking on a series of events and other activity to showcase its sales proposition.

Last month, Inntel bolstered its account management team with the the addition of a national account manager.

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