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Hill & Partners completes re-branding

Hill & PartnersHill & Partners Inc., a full-service tradeshow exhibit design firm, is incorporating a new look and a new space to better reflect the size and scope of the organization’s breadth of work. The company has just completed its re-branding, and is settling into its new home in Weymouth, Mass.

Michael McMahon, CEO of Hill & Partners, said that the firm’s just-completed re-branding effort, which was accomplished by the creative team at their 16-year-old firm, was meant to more accurately portray the current organization. Their re-branded logo reflects a clear, more concise presentation combined with a brighter, bolder look.

“We’re in a very different place in 2011 than we were in 1995, and we want our identity to reflect our growth and our vision,” said McMahon, who noted that his team spent nearly a year working on the re-branding.

The team coordinated this effort with the company’s move to a new location, at 25 Mathewson Drive, Weymouth, near the Libby Industrial Parkway. Hill & Partners has doubled its space in the move from Quincy to Weymouth.

“In many ways, our re-branding closely mirrors the look we have created for our new office,” said McMahon. “It has been very important to us in planning our new space and our re-branding to create an environment that reflects openness and highlights the very visual aspects of our business.”

The team has developed an open, industrial look. The floor-to-ceiling glass assemblies insulate the work stations from outside noise while still retaining the open look and feel that is part of the Hill & Partners culture.

Hill & Partners plans to increase its employees from 17 to 25 over the next two years, reflecting the company’s significant growth and increased client demands.

Hill & Partners plans to host an Open House early next year to showcase its new location. The firm will introduce its new branding look immediately throughout their website (www.hillpartners.com), collateral materials and business cards.

Posted in Northeast News
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