Brand Development

We don’t mean to be snooty about this, but a logo is not a brand. A logo is part of a brand. A complete brand consists of 4 elements:  Company Name, Brand Mark (logo), Service Descriptor, Value Proposition (Tagline). Only with a complete brand can new prospects understand your unique position, as they consider doing business with you. Below are some examples of complete brands, as well as logos, that Asenka has freshened up.

Environmental Excavation Company
Environmental

Environmental Excavation Company

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Boutique Financial Advisory
FinancialRetail

Boutique Financial Advisory

Case Study

Tradeshow Technology Company
Technology

Tradeshow Technology Company

Case Study

Environmental Drilling Company
Environmental

Environmental Drilling Company

Case Study

Hospitality Group
Real EstateRetail

Hospitality Group

Case Study

Defense Publication
PublicationsTechnology

Defense Publication

Case Study

Food Manufacturer and Distributor
ManufacturingRetail

Food Manufacturer and Distributor

Case Study

Destination Wedding Venues
Real EstateRetail

Destination Wedding Venues

Case Study

Intelligence Publisher
PublicationsTechnology

Intelligence Publisher

Case Study

Land Trust Not-For-Profit
EnvironmentalNFPReal Estate

Land Trust Not-For-Profit

Case Study

Environmental Land Surveyor
Environmental

Environmental Land Surveyor

Case Study

Reading Assistance Not-for-Profit
NFPPublications

Reading Assistance Not-for-Profit

Case Study