When four of the largest revenue enhancement companies organized under one new company, their leaders turned to FVM to build and launch a complete brand identity that could start conversations on a national scale without leaving existing customers behind.
Proscia had a breakthrough technology, but needed an evolved brand identity and new storytelling to convey how its AI was changing digital pathology.
ProLease was positioned to help a broader audience navigate complex industry standards, but their brand wasn’t aligned to speak to the needs of larger clients.
We’re opening a second location in beautiful Portland, OR to expand our B2B brand and marketing offering and better serve west coast businesses.
FVM’s new brand strategy and awareness campaign differentiated Archer, growing the company’s value against technology/SAAS competitors.
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FVM united 148 Archdiocese of Philadelphia Schools with a new brand identity that set it apart in the increasingly competitive education space.
Clery Center’s reputation was built on history, so they needed a strategy and image that could create awareness — without leaving behind existing brand value.
Lightpath needed a new brand that stood out. FVM delivered a differentiation-based brand strategy that highlighted the company’s unique competitive advantage.
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With this rebranding project, FVM created a brand identity for Univar that explained its value proposition — and reached a new audience.
Simpana needed a competitive differentiation strategy that would demonstrate its value to IT pros. Here’s how FVM showed off the brand’s cost-based advantage.