Media Agency Group unveils new brand identity
MediaCityUK-based Media Agency Group (MAG) has revealed a visual rebrand, launching a brand new bespoke website and unveiling an updated logo and new branding.
In a constantly-evolving and increasingly demanding industry, MAG has adapted its advertising offering to ensure it stays ahead of the competition. The agency has grown to become a leading full-service agency, working across all media formats with brands including Jelly Belly, Subway, Scalable Capital, The Football Pools and Amazon in recent months.
Since the appointment of John Kehoe as CEO in June 2016, MAG has gone from strength to strength, with a number of huge client wins and recent ground-breaking campaigns. The rebrand comes at the perfect time as Media Agency Group aims for further growth and success.
The new website outlines some of MAG’s core beliefs; transparency, innovation and passion. These are key values that are represented in each campaign coordinated by MAG and by the way the agency communicates with its wide range of clients on a daily basis.
To complement the new online identity, MAG’s offices have also been given a makeover as the agency continues to expand its ever-growing team. MAG is also opening its virtual doors, with a new 360 degree tour available on the website allowing visitors to walk through the newly-transformed MAG HQ.
CEO of Media Agency Group, John Kehoe, said: “Over the past few months we’ve continued our fantastic work with established clients and have also welcomed some major additions to the MAG family. Our website and branding reflect our continued growth as an agency, and we’re confident that this new look and identity for MAG will set the tone for the years to come. It’s now been nine months since I was appointed as CEO of MAG, and I’m delighted to be able to steer us forward with a website and branding that represents us as an agency: dynamic, ambitious and transparent.”
The new website can be viewed here.
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