The British Chambers of Commerce has launched a revised identity for the first time in almost two decades. The new visual style, developed by Elmwood, underlines the organisation’s make-up, with more than 57 local chambers constituting the UK business network, and is intended to boost membership among small- and medium-sized enterprises. Elmwood was appointed to the project after a four-way pitch last summer. The branding, which uses organic visuals to symbolise growth, will be applied to website, membership literature and exhibition space over the coming months.
Mother Design New York has developed the brand, which launches alongside refurbished interiors from consultancy Yabu Pushelberg.
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