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Entry no.: 234

10 Sep 2007, 1:22 PM

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Branding ReBrand call for entries

Anaezi Modu — founder of ReBrand competition — pings me via e-mail:

I would appreciate it if you could spread the word about the upcoming deadline for the 2008 ReBrand 100 through your blog or whatever network you think makes sense there. Our time is short before September 26, so all the help offered is greatly welcome!

If you have case studies to send, better hurry up. Spread the word, too.

For those who are not familiar with this competition, "ReBrand 100 Global Awards, juried by an esteemed panel of international business leaders, is the highest recognition for brand rebuilding and redesign in the business arena."

Brandient won until now 5 awards in this global competition: 2 Distinction Awards in 2007 with Domo and Savana and 3 Merit Awards in 2005 with Romanian Public Television, Europharm and Smartree. This means it's totally doable.

Furthermore, in 2006 Brandient's Managing Partner Aneta Bogdan was part of the high-profile international jury that gathered in Providence, Rhode Island, along with Steve Frykholm – Vice President and Creative Director of Herman Miller, Bill Hill – Chairman & Founder of MetaDesign San Francisco, Ed Lussier – Senior Vice President and Creative Director with Reebok and Po Cheung – Managing Director at FutureBrand China, to name only a few.

Click for the entry form — and good luck!

Comments

Reply no.: 1

11 Sep 2007, 4:53 PM

Iulian:

Regarding the "Savana" tiger, I still cannot get over the fact that tigers live in the jungle, not the savannah :)

Just like with "the king of the jungle" which doesn't really live in the jungle, but the savannah.

Reply no.: 2

11 Sep 2007, 5:41 PM

Kit:

Get over it (and send your case studies in). It's a very cool competition.

Reply no.: 3

18 Sep 2007, 12:31 PM

Iulian:

I'll send entries when I get older and wiser :)

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