Brand week is a three-day brand marketing symposium which explores the future of brands, commerce and emerging technologies. The Brands week is designed to challenge brands to conceptualize and apply experiences for the solutions of tomorrow. 2023 Brands Week is designed in a way, where it will be a major stepping stone for Sri Lankan brands amidst the present situation. While the big idea being the importance of networking and inspiring the marketing fraternity, we re-iterate the fact how marketers should identify themselves, upscale the fraternity and in-turn assist to have a positive efficacious effect on the economy and the country.
This logo is designed using an array of colours to represent inclusivity. The SLIM Brand Week has something for everyone. Doesn’t matter whether you’re in healthcare, telco, automotive or any other industry, nor does it matter whether you’re in HR, Marketing or Research. The SLIM Brand Week is a learning opportunity for everyone that is looking to learn and apply the newest approaches to advancing their brands. This inclusivity is what the logo seeks to communicate with its range of colours. It’s new, rich, thought-provoking and bright for imaginative thinking for the fraternity as a whole. Logo doesn’t have border : as Marketers we don’t have frame for our imagination, creativity and Innovation. Only clients or company create border or barriers. You can be Male, Female, or belongs to any religion. We are an open fraternity. We welcome everyone, treat equally and respect each other. As Marketers, we face difficulties and challenges everyday and don’t know what will happen tomorrow. We have the skills and capability to convert any darkness to colours.
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