• Transform magazine
  • November 14, 2018

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Playing the global equity game

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The branding game in private equity and ventue capital isn’t an easy one to win. Can the design function win over the hearts and minds of those responsible for yielding a profit? Stefan and Adriana Liute investigate...

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Nation branding: Limburg, Netherlands

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In the Dutch province of Limburg, place branding requires an international strategy. Samantha North reports from the Netherlands The easiest way to reach the small Dutch province of...

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Timeline: Nintendo

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What began as a simple playing cards company has transformed the gaming industry alongside the transformation of its brand. Nintendo has left its mark on more than just gaming systems but on the way in which games are played....

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Spotlight on Pizza Hut

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Pizza Hut was losing traction with Millennials, so it not only revamped its visual identity, but redefined its approach to pizza, flavour and communications. Brittany Golob talks taste, heritage and the power of now with Pizza...

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Writing on the wall

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Wayfinding and signage can bring a brand to life, often on a large scale. Thus, when implementation is incorporated into the initial brand strategy, the rebrand is apt to work on a practical level. How can brands plan for bett...

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Brand profile: Lego

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For Lego, being named most powerful brand in the world is an honour that has been decades in the making. Its intangible assets, relaxed approach to brand and newfound corporate leadership potency aver that everything is indeed...

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Spotlight on MLS

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Branding in football, when done right, can revolutionise a team or league for the better. Brittany Golob examines the Major League Soccer and Everton rebrands The life and times of t...

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Cuba: Caribbean curiosity

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For years, Cuba’s national brand has been defined by its isolation from its neighbour 90 miles to the north. Now that the US has changed its policies toward the island nation, will Cuba’s brand change too? Samantha North repor...

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Timeline: Women's World Cup

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Since 1991, the FIFA Women’s World Cup has been the pinnacle of women’s professional football. Though dominated by championship teams from the US and Germany, the history of the brand has drawn on cues from host countries and...

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Sustainable Futures: Rusal

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Aluminium is an extraordinarily recyclable metal. For Rusal, the company that mines the most aluminium in the world, sustainability is likewise a major priority. It focuses its efforts on local communities in its areas of oper...

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