They really were an extension of the internal marketing team. Not just suppliers.
I first met the Visual Identity team over 10 years ago when they were commissioned to build Barker Shoes first ever e-commerce website. This was a new and exciting venture for the brand at the time, and throughout this project, I got to know each member of the team well. We were in contact daily throughout my time at Barker and I believe that the success of the website and subsequent award accolades were a credit to the rapport we’d built.
They really were an extension of the internal marketing team. Not just suppliers. Which is a value that we (Vi) stand by today and something that I feel firmly sets the business apart from other agencies.
Having kept in touch with Jacqui and the team after moving on to new ventures, I was thrilled to be able to join the business as an employee – and over the past two years, I’ve taken great pride in marketing such an exceptionally experienced, creative and fun-loving business. As the only non-family member at Visual Identity, I feel an overwhelming sense of pride and responsibility to help my fantastic colleagues and friends succeed.