Golley Slater celebrates ‘curiosity’ with new brand positioning

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Independent marketing communications agency Golley Slater has launched its new branding Curiosity Creates the Unexpected.

The repositioning and branding aims to bring the agency’s identity to life by celebrating the natural curiosity of their people and culture and how together these have been creating the unexpected for clients for over 60 years.

The marketing communications agency, which has expertise across Paid, Earned, Owned and Borrowed disciplines including its own media agency, has re-launched the brand to reflect its commitment to fostering true curiosity.

Golley Slater and ‘betterness’ 

Moreover, the agency said it has embraced a culture of ‘betterness’, supporting its team to become the best marketing professionals they can be, through an always-on development programme. 

It’s also promoting better and more innovative ways of collaborating, internally and with external partners and clients, to deliver unexpected solutions.

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Element of surprise: GS launches new brand position.

“For over 60 years curiosity has been the driving force that enables us to solve our clients’ business challenges,” David Longden, Chief Executive at Golley Slater, said. 

“It has constantly rejuvenated our approach and enabled us to create unexpectedly different ideas by combining our integrated creative abilities with media solutions.

“Our brand repositioning represents who we are as an agency and how we seek to work. Through passionate collaboration between sector minds and discipline experts, we offer the most effective solutions across the full marketing communication toolbox.

“The solutions we deliver for our clients get straight to the heart of their business challenges and focus on driving a short cut to rapid sales growth, brand prosperity and behaviour change.”

The agency works across a variety of sectors, including consumer, B2B and public sector. Among its current clients are Coca Cola, P&G, Nestle, Npower, the Welsh Government and Mitsubishi.