Whether B-to-B or B-to-C focused, whether small, not so small or large, companies count on CommunicationMatters to deliver effective communication services below the line, above the line and anywhere in between.
If you dig lists, here's a listing of what we have been developing over the years: communication strategy, name and logo study, house style, corporate literature, product literature, financial literature, internal communication, recruitment communication, direct mail, p.o.s material, on-line communication, booths & events.
What we have actually been doing over the last 19 years for an increasing number of clients is setting up, enhancing, improving, elaborating, intensifying, solidifying the communication towards their clients, co-workers, employees, partners, customers, stakeholders and shareholders.
In analysing our clients' communication challenges, we define targets and develop a clear strategy. We then translate this strategy into concepts and ideas. Finally we create, with the help of trusted partners, tools and campaigns for print, web and new media.
Essential start for every company or organisation is their identity. Who are they? What are they good at? For whom do they do what they do? Why are they here? What are their values? Existential questions to which the answers generate a name, a mission, a vision, value propositions, … and a logo: the uniquely designed graphic representation of the company. Here you find some of the logotypes CommunicationMatters crafted over the past 19 years.
How have we been doing what we have been doing over the last 17 years for an increasing number of clients? By a number of means, but by no means by any means necessary. By the only possible means to the right message to the right party and understood.
First we analyse our clients' communication challenges, define targets and develop a clear strategy. Then we translate this strategy into concepts and ideas. Finally we create, with the help of trusted partners, tools and campaigns for print, web and new media.
And for that, we remain at your service
Guy Broddin, CEO FinServe Aviation Insurance - read more
Some of the companies in our portfolio are leaders in their industry, big companies, operating on a global scale with thousands of employees and millions of customers. Others are smaller, down in market from European over Benelux to national, even regional. Size doesn’t matter. Communication does.
ABIRD - ABAC - ALCATEL - AGFA GEVAERT - AROSA CHOCOLATIER - ARTWORK SYSTEMS - ATLAS COPCO - BEDUCO - BELGIBO - BENT SCHOENEN - B LOGISTICS - CAPITAL AT WORK - CHICAGO PNEUMATICS - CMOSIS - COBOST - CORDIS - CREO SCITEX - DHL - DVV KOLUM - ELMOS - EPSI - EURO•PREMIUM - EXBO - DeFILHARMONIE - FINSERVE - FORTIS - GEMEENTE KASTERLEE - IRMAIR - ISUZU - IMMO KOLUM - JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICA - JOHNSON&JOHNSON - KEMIN - KEYSERS - KONINKLIJK BALLET VLAANDEREN - LANNOO - DE LINDEBOOM APOTHEEK - MEYNENDONCKX - M.A.S. - O.BJECT - OOGAPPEL.BE -PANASONIC BATTERIES EUROPE - PPC - PLUS UITZENDKRACHTEN - SAMENSTERKER - SPORTIMONIUM - SOMERS SEEDS - SONY VAIO EUROPE - SP.A - UBISOFT - ZNA
CommunicationMatters has been working for and with most of these companies on and off for years. Hard won sometimes, our clients like how we handle their communications challenges to the point. They keep thinking of us first when they need help. When we can, we do.
We like the clients we work with, we are always happy to meet new people, chart unfamiliar territory, sink our teeth into crude communication projects.
After a strategy is translated into concepts and ideas we start the development and production of tools and campaigns. For that we rely on an extensive network of trusted partners.
In the concretisation stage of a project we implicate, always in close deliberation with our clients, the knowledge and expertise they have in their field. Communication Matters always takes an independent position and, for the final realisation, we choose the partners that will deliver the best possible result with regard to objective, quality level and budget.
Master in applied graphical design. he started his career creating company presentations for Viewpoint, based in his hometown Antwerp. At Agfa-Gevaert, he was responsible for the concept and design for booths at international fairs and trade shows.
At the Blondé Printing Company, he set up a graphical design studio to cope with the creative demands of large international accounts. At Vintage Productions, a pan European business-to-business agency, he managed a team of seven art directors and graphic designers.
At Communication Matters he is the gutsy part of the brain. Meaning that he has a gut feeling about the underlying motives in a communication project, what a customer really asks.
Born in 1964, Long lean and lanky. Schizophrenic hairdo policy (you never know what to expect). He'd be lost without his trendy glasses (really, he can't see a thing without them)