Formerly Kwasi Studios, the agency has a strong reputation for digital transformation and a focus on strategic partnerships that drive strong results for business.
“We’ve always been known as innovators and experts that grow traffic, leads and sales through digital solutions,” founder Woj Kwasi (pictured above) said.
“The new brand puts that front and centre with our new promise, vision and values.
“Our vision is a world where every brand’s website is their most valuable business asset, and Kwasi’s new direction is all about making that world a reality for our clients.”
The rebrand is a complete overhaul of the Kwasi brand featuring a new name, logo, promise, vision, value, a full suite of brand collateral and a new website.
Completing the transformation of Kwasi is the move to a new modern, open-plan office in the heart of the Adelaide CBD.
At the core of the new brand is the promise of digital transformation.
“Digital technologies like the internet, web-based platforms the size and power of governments, big data and artificial intelligence are already inextricably embedded in our everyday lives,” Woj said.
“The truth is, that for customers, digital transformation is already happening and brands without a strategy are at serious risk of being left behind.”
Kwasi is an Australian digital marketing agency that works with eCommerce, Software as a Service, professional services, education sector brands and more to grow their businesses through digital.
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