Redmill Marketing Associates Celebrate Fifth Anniversary

To mark our fifth anniversary we spent some time on a corporate refresh, including a new logo, branding and website. We’ll be working on more content in the coming weeks, but it’s worth pointing out that revisiting image and presentation is a key part of corporate development.

While logos may endure, websites can rapidly become stale and they need frequent attention. Staying ahead takes a lot of work, which is why we were rather silent over the summer period. But, we’ve returned, revamped and refreshed, ready for the toil of winter and the conference season.

We have had the pleasure of working with and meeting some wonderful people and have built lasting relationships as a consequence. We would like to thank all of our customers from the last five years. It’s been a pleasure to work with you and we hope to continue doing so for many years to come.

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