In Pictures: agency Goose unveils new brand identity

Live events agency Goose Communications has rebranded as Goose Live Events to coincide with the company's tenth anniversary.

Nick Wigley, CEO of Goose Live Events
Nick Wigley, CEO of Goose Live Events

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The new brand identity was revealed to guests a special celebration event at London’s Getty Images Gallery last night (30 April). Clients including Unilever, Syngenta and Luxottica got to preview the new logo and website.

Nick Wigley, the company's CEO said the new identity "more accurately" reflects Goose in 2015. "Reaching a decade in the life of the company is something we wanted to celebrate and also acted as a milestone for us to reflect on how we have evolved over that period.

"We continue to maintain a strong client base in corporate events yet the scope of our services has changed dramatically over the last ten years, not only with the geographical reach with the majority of our client events now delivered overseas, but also with our expertise in automotive and motorsports events."

Sam Trevenna, director of Goose Live Events, added: "The new logo and identity was chosen to highlight our experience in live marketing, public events and experiential. The two chevrons indicate the flying formation of geese, which is what inspired our original identity as Goose Communications, representing the relationship we have with our clients, working together as one team to deliver the ultimate live events."

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