Loughborough University’s student and graduate enterprise - showcasing rag activities, opportunities for all students and teaching activities.
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Student and Graduate Enterprise

Loughborough University’s Enterprise department market a broad range of student activities and enjoy a host of graduate success stories. A brand was needed to bring the department together, whilst appealing to students and graduates alike. The department approached us when it was felt the old brand was tired and a new brand, that encouraged a higher level of interaction, was required.

Jo, Fran and Chris have both individual and highly complementary skills. They have excellent listening skills and work hard to achieve a meaningful brief from their clients. They are flexible and hugely positive as well as able to deliver to time and budget.

Anna - Loughborough University

Illustration promoting Loughborough University’s business plan competition - Think Big.

Our response was to put together a bright and energetic illustrated tapestry that showcases both the mission and business accomplishments that the scheme has produced. Each of the parts comprising the tapestry can also be separated for use on it’s own, either online or in printed media. Those familiar with the University’s enterprise department will notice some friendly faces throughout the tapestry!

a dozen eggs are extremely good at suggesting innovative approaches. I have used them to re-brand established identities and new initiatives and they never fail to impress. We start with a really productive discussion on possible concepts which the team take away and swiftly work through to mood boards, initial concepts, before applying the chosen brand to a range of different mediums. Communication is great – they get back to you on email quickly and make time for face to face meetings and are always keen to talk through each project. A class act!

Megan Powell Vreeswijk

The visual style for the student and graduate enterprise needed to work alongside the work we did for the sister project – the Studio, a commercialisation space at the University.