Reech are delighted to announce the launch of a new brand for the STEM conference in Singapore...
Reech designed a new brand for the International STEM Conference in Singapore, earlier in 2018. The event was hosted by Technology Supplies and Timstar, industry-leading suppliers and installers of science equipment, based in Shrewsbury.
The new dynamic and contemporary brand reflects the companies’ global reputation for high quality products and services within the industry.
Singapore hosted the 4th International STEM Conference, welcoming over 130 attendees from more than 14 countries, coming together to embrace innovation in international schools. The line-up included some of the globes most forward thinking teachers and specialists in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), including Adidas’ Brand Strategist, Felicity Milton.
The event offered a range of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) workshop opportunities and inspirational keynotes across the two days.
Reech designed the brand to fit both print and digital materials...
Reech created the new brand which was displayed across a suite of marketing materials for Technology Supplies and Timstar to showcase at the conference. These included:
- Conference programme
- Directional floor stickers
- Branded merchandise (bags, notepads, USB sticks and pens)
- Event flyers
- Roller banners
- Delegate badge and lanyard designs
The brand was also used on digital formats such as:
- Email banners
- Email signatures
- Social media graphics
- Website banners
Events and PR Manager at Technology Supplies, Rebecca Byrne, commented on the event branding:
“The event branding designed by Reech Media really framed the quality of the conference. The strong and vibrant branding was applied to a range of marketing materials – from giveaway bags, flagpoles and banners to high quality 12-page programmes.
“We would like to thank Reech for creating a contemporary, fresh brand identity for the conference and one that will hopefully have an impact in the world of STEM education for many years to come.”