Rebranding of Avenor College Recognized at Transform Awards Europe

The rebranding of Little London School into Avenor College was highly commended last night, at the gala of the international branding competition, Transform Awards Europe in London. The rebranding project participated in the Best visual identity from a charity/NGO/non-profit category.

This is the second international award for Storience in less than two years. Last year, the agency received a Bronze in the same competition for the rebranding of another academic institution – the Shakespeare School English learning centre.

Transform Awards Europe event

The new visual identity for Avenor College is probably among the boldest in its industry in Romania. This boldness characterises the leadership team at Avenor College, who took upon themselves to redefine the standards of the Romanian educational system.

Adriana Liute
Managing Partner at Storience

When working with Storience for the rebranding of Little London into Avenor College last year, we achieved our ambition to develop a best-in-class project, as with everything we do. We are glad to have reached this goal along with the other, business-related ones that the rebranding process supported from day one.

Diana Segarceanu
Executive Director, Avenor College

Team

  • Brand audit, strategy and naming: Adriana Liute, Stefan Liute, Maria Dumitriu
  • Identity design: Andrei Robu
  • Web design and web development: Alexandru Gugurel, Doru Sana and Stefan Gugurel
  • Avenor College: Diana Segarceanu, Andreia Grossu and Cristina Pop

Storience is the branding agency on the side of good brands. Brands for whom commercial success and positive social impact derive from the same business strategy. Founded in 2012 by a team of seasoned professionals, the agency has served over 60 clients and won multiple awards in Europe and the United States. Storience has offices in London and Bucharest.

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