Leading commercial property consultant Whybrow has unveiled a new brand identity, as part of its ambitious growth plans, to further enhance and better reflect its position within the industry.
The refreshed branding features a new logo and updated colour scheme, as well as a website refresh for the Colchester-based firm, which better aligns with its core values, innovation and forward-thinking approach.
The launch forms part of the company’s wider strategy plans to strengthen its position in the industry, expand its services and presence across key sectors such as commercial, industrial and retail.
Since its acquisition last year, which now sees Whybrow operating under the Beresfords property group umbrella, the company has undergone significant growth having expanded its client base, receiving numerous new potential instructions from within the branch network and via the group’s senior director team.
The firm also recently expanded its branches, with the addition of Brentwood, Hornchurch and Chelmsford, and plans to expand its clients and network further as it grows its commercial business within the areas.
Whybrow has also built up an impressive project portfolio, having been appointed on the Colchester Northern Gateway Leisure Park development at the end of 2022. Its dedicated team will be advising its client Turnstone Estate with the commercial need throughout the construction of the 200,000 sq. ft site.
Ewan Dodds, chief executive officer of Whybrow, said: “Our new brand identity has been designed to reflect our evolution as a company and will better represent who we are, helping to differentiate ourselves within the industry.
“We love being part of a larger group, with all the support it brings. We could not have been welcomed into the group fold with more open arms, we truly feel we’re a part of the Beresfords ‘family’.
“We are developing stronger and stronger relationships, both professionally and socially, with the team and being introduced to a far greater network of Berefords’ established clients and professional contacts. We’re excited to see what the future brings for Whybrow, as we look to further establish ourselves and develop our relationships as time goes on.”
Established in 1985, Whybrow has been dedicated to providing property consultancy to local, regional and national companies – particularly those with a presence in the South East and London – for nearly 40 years.
For more information about Whybrow, visit: www.whybrow.net