FleishmanHillard Fishburn win two Silver Awards for excellence in brand transformation

We’re thrilled to bits here at FleishmanHillard Fishburn to be recognised for our creative excellence in brand transformation, with two Silver Awards and a Highly Commended at the 2016 Transform Awards Europe. 


FleishmanHillard Fishburn’s creativity has significantly extended the reach of Dogs for Good’s life-affirming message, with a deceptively simple and powerful branding solution. Our brand consultancy team created a unique communication platform to celebrate the extraordinary things that the partnerships between dogs and people can achieve every day. The new brand has resonated deeply with stakeholders and supporters old and new. An email announcing the new brand late last year promoted unsolicited donations that were unprecedented.

Our work for Dogs for Good was awarded a Silver in Best Strategic / Creative Development of a New Brand, and a second Silver in Best Visual Identity for the Charity / NGO / Non-profit sector.

Our brand excellence was also recognised with a Highly Commended Award for Best Visual Identity in Retail. Our work to reposition Breville with a new brand identity and proposition, has delighted consumers and retailers, resulting in the best year ever for the company.

Dogs for Good credits: Brand Strategy Consultant and Creative Director James Beveridge, Planning Consultant Russell Saunders, Designers Emily Picot and Maria Ballestar, Client Relationship Manager Michael Crowe.

Breville credits: Creative Director James Beveridge, Brand Strategy Consultant Sean Moore, Planning Consultants Ali Gee and Francesca Moorby, Designers Emily Picot and Maria Ballestar.