Press Release: Virtual advertising made simple – uniqFEED launches redesigned website, rebrand and a reassuring new company claim

December 2021: Zurich-based virtual advertising company, uniqFEED has, this week, launched a redesigned website and unveiled its company rebrand and new company claim – virtual advertising made simple.

uniqFEED has undertaken this brand overhaul in 2021 to underline the evolution of the company from start-up company to an established SME, requiring some reworking of the company’s positioning and aesthetic. While uniqFEED has retained its original company name and logo, the company has refreshed its color palette and introduced a new, modern font. The company has also added a suite of dramatic sports-related images to its corporate identity toolkit and most significantly, a fresh new company claim – virtual advertising made simple.

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