Walker Sands, a full-service B2B marketing agency, reintroduces itself today as part of a major rebrand. A new visual language and brand voice reflects the fast-growing company’s reputation as “the B2B growth agency.”
“Since day one, our mission has been to accelerate company growth for our clients,” said Mike Santoro, President, Walker Sands. “When we stopped to take a look around, we realized that our own brand identity no longer reflected the results we deliver or the company we’ve become. This new identity enforces that, and sets the trajectory for our future.”
Since 2012, Walker Sands has introduced new services, expanded to new geographies, welcomed more than 125 employees and has consecutively been named on Inc. 5000’s list of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States. In just the past year, the company has expanded its West Coast presence with a third office in Seattle, elevated 11 employees to VP and SVP titles and launched three major research reports: The Future of B2B Content, State of Marketing Technology 2019 and The Future of Retail 2019. All the while, the agency has continued to prioritize employee and community development through professional inclusion groups, ongoing team training programs and pro bono work for organizations such as Chicago Tech Academy, Edovo, re:work Training, and Chicago Bears Wide Receiver Allen Robinson’s Within Reach Foundation.
Walker Sands’ new brand identity honors 20 years of momentum and a continued commitment to maximizing success for the company and its roster of leading B2B brands. The leadership team shared the latest iteration of the Walker Sands logo today in an agency-wide reveal.
“This reintroduction of the Walker Sands brand reinforces our mission—to accelerate the growth of our clients, employees and industry,” added Santoro. “From fueling client success to growing our own business, we partner with the people who will lead B2B marketing into a new era.”
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