21 Jul 2024 06:03

Advertising & Marketing

Geometry unveils a new brand identity

Geometry reveals global rebrand as focus shifts to omni-channel services

Geometry Global, a brand experience agency operating regionally in Dubai, Bahrain, Beirut, KSA and Egypt – among 56 markets worldwide – today unveiled a new brand identity reflecting the changes it has gone through since launching in 2013.

“A lot has changed in five years. Our world has become more digitized and fractured, and brands are thinking more about how to optimize their sales in an omni-channel world,” said Steve Harding, Global CEO. “Geometry has evolved to meet these needs, and our new branding is a reflection of this evolution. It says we are a modern, omni-channel agency – a diverse, curious, fun company that is confident and ambitious for the future.”

The new identity was created in-house by the Geometry team in Hamburg, Germany. It includes a new logo word mark and monogram, a vibrant new color palette and a set of symbols that represents diverse disciplines and expertise coming together to solve problems. A new website will also be launched in the coming months.

Global Chief Creative Officer, Jon Hamm, said, “this new look reflects our confidence and aims to capture the magic of the geometric world and bring to life the beauty inherent in it. We have moved away from the defined, rigid representation of our past to a more fluid, curved, organic identity that is representative of our future.”

Geometry’s first MEA office opened in Dubai in 2014 to help brands optimize their marketing and sales in a rapidly evolving regional market.

“Our rebrand and refocus on omni-channel services coincides with a notable shift in shopper habits across much of the MEA region,” commented Nick Walsh, General Manager of Geometry Dubai. “The physical retail experience is still attractive to many here, but as more people choose to purchase online, brands must transfer the quality of the experience across new digital touchpoints.” He added.

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