At Maxim Marcom Services, we believe in building brands that customers could relate to. In other words, we align brand ideology to the target consumer’s beliefs. This is what stands out Maxim Marcom in an ocean of creative agencies. Rather making empty promises, we deliver what we promise and what we promise is what we believe in. Our ideology has helped us to create many compelling brand experiences and today we will be throwing light on some of the latest developments with work that we are proud of.
We love all our clients alike but some have that extra edge to reach the stars. IMLY is one of such clients who have made a mark in F&B industry. Starting off from a single outlet in Rajender Place, New Delhi,
IMLY expanded to Noida, Rajouri Garden and now Gurgaon with their incredibly delicious food which won them ‘Times Food Award’ for ‘Best Veg Restaurant in Delhi’ consecutively twice in a row. The prestigious award was presented to IMLY in 2016 and they bagged it again in March’ 2017.
Being the brand and communications partner of IMLY, we are more than thrilled of this achievement. Maxim Marcom’s team has worked hard day-in, day-out on creating captivating brand identity of IMLY and without bragging, we too would be glad to take a little credit of this success.
We have been keeping quite busy with a couple of new clients. The up to the minute challenges of creating and implementing different brand identities for various brands excite us to the core.
Of late, we’ve been helping the masterminds behind IMLY to come up with an even more impressive place to relax, chill and feel true Indian vibes with their new label, ‘Too Indian’. The restaurant will be a sure shot popular hangout packed with fun and excitement because the owners already hold hell loads
of expertise from their previous chains named, ‘Molecule’ and ‘Lights Camera Action’.
The eatery will be opening its first ever store in Rajouri Garden and food lovers can see next outlets in Gurgaon and Connaught Place soon after. Although the menu is still a mystery to us, what we know for sure is that the restaurant will be having a lot of artistic Indian food on the platter and some really nice quirky elements in their décor. While the logo and branding strategies are being worked upon, Maxim Marcom is delighted to be a part of the brand’s communication journey.
Furthermore, our continuing client, ‘Raro’ came to us looking for a new brand identity. Famous for their custom made sandwiches, Raro is well known for baking its own bread. With their fabulous sweet delicacies, they have got superb reviews at Zomato and other food websites. The existent logo didn’t seem to
gel-well with bakery’s modern and luxurious approach. After going through a long trail of repetitive procedures to depict the real essence of Raro, we are quite pleased to have succeeded. The new Raro logo depicts class, extravagance, innovation and an assurance that your confection is baked-good.
We hope to keep contributing more to the branding and communications industry by collaborating with new clients and retaining old ones with fresh ideas. Simultaneously we promise to keep inspiring and motivating our followers with astounding work from time to time. Till then, Ciao!