• Transform magazine
  • January 26, 2022



Fortune favours the brave

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Rob Wade, founding director at London-based design agency Rare Breed, writes about the enduring power of ideas and its critical importance in turbulent times. In 2...

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Supercharging sustainable textiles

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In an industry where there’s no shortage of innovation, what role can effective communication play in the mass adoption of sustainable fabrics? John Corleto strategist at Tokyo-based branding agency, Eat Creative, exp...

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How to rescue B2B from indifference

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Richard Buchanan, MD and co-founder of brand consultancy, The Clearing, explores how ‘B2B’ has become three of the most reviled initials around and exposes the secrets of how to properly execute B2B branding....

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Are you merely talking transformation, or really transforming your brand?

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Ash Banerjee, executive strategy director CEEMEA at branding agency Landor & Fitch, writes that for brand transformations to be meaningful and impactful, they must be data driven. Banerjee argues that a baseline o...

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Branding the invisible


In today’s world, in which more and more people are embracing the online and digital sphere, a growing number of brands are now effectively 'invisible,' as they sit at the intersection between hardware, softwa...

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Looking like the real thing - celebrating plastic free beauty day

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To mark this year’s Plastic Free Beauty Day, a day dedicated to challenging the use of plastic packaging in the beauty brands, Transform magazine spoke to three experts in the sustainable product a...

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Brand purpose – does your business have a ‘why?’

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Gayle Carpenter, director of creative agency Sparkloop, writes about the importance of matching profit with purpose. She argues that some of the world’s most powerful and successful brands have found exactly the right...

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The ethics of renaming

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For many brands, it's way past time to re-evaluate their resonance in the 21st century. Laurel Sutton, linguist and co-founder of of naming agency Catchword, writes that the cost of renaming a company or product m...

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Alex Clegg, co-founder of branding agency Saboteur, writes about the importance of change and evolution, particularly for branding agencies. He explores the radical changes Saboteur has implemented, taking the opportu...

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European chain supermarket loses out in trade mark battle of the gin bottles

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Following the recent trade mark rights issue about ‘Colin the Caterpillar’ cake, Laurie Bray, senior associate and trade mark attorney at European intellectual property firm Withers & Rogers, explores another trad...

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