Dynamic Business Technologies has announced a fresh new look ahead of their 10th anniversary in 2016. The rebrand includes a new logo, website, collateral, web presence, staff uniforms and headshots.
CEO Nathan Franks, who created the company in 2006, felt that it was the right time to present a new image to reflect the way the company has grown and developed over time.
“This is a big step forward for us as a company, as we have never truly had a strong sense of identity since our beginning as a startup in 2006,” Nathan said. :I don’t think there’s a better time to be going into our 10th year of business than with great branding behind us.”.
The change comes after the appointment of a Marketing Manager, Bridget Andersen, in July, a conscious decision to drive the brand into its new era with a strong marketing force behind it.
“I really wanted to work on creating a strong voice and a story to echo DBT’s ‘why’ of being in business,” Bridget said.
“I wanted to convey through the design what the business name does ‚Äì that we are dynamic, forward thinking and we are passionate about what we do. We’re looking to solidify our presence in the Hunter and the Newcastle business community, and to build on ten years of history with strides forward into the future,” she said.
Dynamic Business Technologies are located in Lake Macquarie, and are a managed services provider, also offering services for IT consulting, cloud computing and disaster recovery.
Since 2006, DBT’s mission has been to add value to their clients by helping them achieve the goals they outline, and strive to maximise the use of technology in day to day business operations.
Image | Dynamic Business Technologies CEO Nathan Franks