Welcome to Fuel, our e-newsletter providing insightful information to some of Red Rocket’s design & marketing challenges.
It’s September, and the kids are back in school. Along Vancouver’s upper Commercial Drive, students at the Stratford Hall IB World School are returning to a fresh logo and revised school colours—thanks in part to Red Rocket Creative Strategies.
When you see a shipping container leaving or entering any major port, there’s a good chance that DP World, a global leader in the operation of marine and inland terminals, was involved with the container’s handling, tracking or movement. Recently DP World asked Red Rocket Creative Strategies to promote DP World’s brand for a major industry conference in California.
Recently, Red Rocket Creative Strategies had the opportunity to build websites for local construction giant NorLand Limited and its umbrella companies. The sites had to meet a variety of communications demands, including education and employee recruitment, while reinforcing the message that NorLand’s expertise spanned a wide range of construction capabilities.
We love rebranding assignments. If a company is rebranding, it means things are changing. Things are happening. There’s enthusiasm. With Vancouver’s Energold Group, it was time to rebrand because the company’s existing identity had become stale and misaligned with Energold’s trajectory.
With the medical marijuana industry expanding so quickly in North America, the design team at Red Rocket Creative Strategies was very excited for the chance to work with Medipure Technologies, a Vancouver-based pharmaceutical company conducting pioneering research in cannabinoid-based prescriptions for a range of medical conditions.
For over five decades, Highland has established a stellar reputation, not only for getting its clients in and out of tough places safely and efficiently, but also for community support. Highland management, preparing to launch a new phase in the Company’s growth, approached Red Rocket Creative Strategies for a brand and logo refresh.