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Digital agency, Manifesto, launches new brand

by on July 29, 2016 in Advertising, Business, Lead Article, News you can use

Digital agency, Manifesto, launches new brand

Brand marks next chapter for the growing creative technology agency

Manifesto, the London-based digital agency, has announced the launch of its new brand and website – a move which puts renewed emphasis on driving positive change through engaging content, innovative technology, and meaningful audience-centred digital experiences.

The new brand and proposition embodies the four key principles that Manifesto stands for; collaboration, innovation, excellence – and most importantly – change. At its heart sits Manifesto’s mission to collaborate with exceptional organisations to change things for the better, and the new identity reflects one of the key principles of the business – efficiency through simplicity.

Jim Bowes, CEO & co-founder of Manifesto, comments:

“As an agency of creatives and technologists, we have spent many years advising our clients on how to position themselves and help them bring about positive change in the world. So we decided to do the same for ourselves.

Our recent merger with Creative Cherry gives Manifesto a wealth of new content and creative capabilities, meaning we can now deliver even greater value for our clients. We wanted to reflect this in our new brand identity.

We feel the new look is exactly right for our growing business and the bright future it has. Along with our upcoming move into a larger studio on Shoreditch High Street, it marks the next chapter in Manifesto’s evolution – and we couldn’t be more excited.”

About Manifesto

Manifesto is a London- based digital agency, focused on user experience, the technology that manages those experiences, and delivering using Agile methodologies.

Manifesto offers specialist services in enterprise content management (ECM, WCM, WEM, CXM) including WebCenter Sites (previously FatWire), OpenText WEM, Drupal and WordPress as well as bespoke product and service development. Its clients include Cancer Research UK, Marie Curie, The Children’s Society, Diabetes UK, The National Trust, Vodafone, Tata Steel and more.

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