The Futures Group to Build Unlimited Possibilities with Rebrand
Futures Group has rebranded itself, bringing a fresh look with a determined mission - to unlock potential in people of all ages.
The Futures Group has rebranded itself, bringing a fresh look with a determined mission - to unlock potential in people of all ages. Future thinking, focused on leading change in careers, advice, skills and training.
The workplace is undergoing a transformation and a new, broader definition of success is emerging that focuses on whole-life fulfilment, not just the pay cheque. The careers advice and skills sector is yet to embrace these changes. Futures have taken this opportunity head on and developed a dynamic, straight-forward and inspiring narrative for Futures Group.
“The careers and advice sector is ever-evolving and we want to be future thinking in a way that helps people to challenge themselves and achieve more from life, and it’s important that our brand reflects this too. Whilst things will be simplified, Futures Group will still retain the high level of professionalism that our clients and partners have come to recognise.”
John Yarham, Chief Executive for Futures
Futures Group do things differently; they deliver market-leading services and advice in an inspiring, jargon-free way, and their sleek new look reflects this. The new logo replaces the T in Futures with a ‘+’ symbol, representing the organisation’s commitment to work in collaboration with businesses and partners to achieve the best outcome, for example Futures + Client = Unlimited Possibilities.
This will be seen across the new websites, all marketing materials and on the Futures social media platforms.
To complement the branding, there is also new group structure creating a fully streamlined approach for Futures Group.Follow the links below to explore the new look.
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