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Communicate Technology PLC rebrands as it focuses on its long-term growth

Tees Valley’s specialist IT firm and one of Europe’s fastest growing companies Communicate Technology PLC, has undergone a rebrand to bring together their multi-divisions including cyber security, telecoms, IT support, networks, managed services and cloud services.

Operating across the UK from their headquarters at Wynyard Business Park as well as offices in Leeds, Bedfordshire and Kent, Communicate has a national portfolio of clients. The joining of divisions aligns with the new brand values, creating an all-inclusive approach to the services delivered to clients across the UK.

The rebrand comes as the company celebrates its 10th anniversary in which Communicate instructed local brand agency Better to deliver the new brand elements.

Chief executive of Communicate, Tony Snaith said: “It’s the perfect time for a rebrand as the business has developed significantly over the past ten years. The new brand reflects our vision going forward and our streamlined full service offering.

“It’s taken time to refine our new brand and we’re thrilled to have worked with Better throughout this process to finally bring our vision to life. We are thoroughly looking forward to seeing our new brand out there.”

Speaking on their recent project with Communicate, Paul Bell, client services director at Better said: “We’re proud to launch a comprehensive new brand and website for Communicate. As one of the industry’s leading internet service and managed security providers, the complete brand overhaul signals a new chapter, acting as a true visual and verbal representation of their journey and proposition.

“The business is now armed with fresh narrative and a new visual brand which could clearly express their points of difference within a crowded marketplace. It also highlights their aspirations, positioning the company for future growth and expansion across the UK and beyond.”

Founded in 2011, the rebrand supports the company’s goals for long-term growth in the ever-evolving industry.

As part of this long-term plan, Communicate hopes the rebrand will attract new talent to the company. Having previously shown their commitment to growing their own talent with seven apprentices to date across their offices based in Leeds, Tees Valley and Kent, Communicate are keen to attract these talented individuals leaving education.

The IT and telecoms and cyber security specialist provides a complete portfolio of services. Recent projects include securing long-term contracts and networking properties such as Hylo in London, Kent Innovation Centre and Hethel Engineering Centre in Norwich.