About us

Howdy.

We are branding experts based in Battersea, London. The company was founded in 1999 by Neil Smith, former founding partner of GIANT, and Sharon Clampin. We create brands, Identities, web sites, annual reports and brochures for well funded start-ups, SMEs and third sector organisations. As well as design we provide brand management, strategy and consultancy services. As a company we have over 15 years experience. As individuals… don’t ask. Nothing can phase us. Over the years we’ve worked for charities, trade associations, airlines, car manufacturers, spas, think tanks, political parties and everything in between.

We help companies develop and maintain strong and distinctive brands across all communications and media. We work with our clients on their long term brand requirements to ensure that they have a sustainable, appropriate and effective brand tailor made for them. We work across a broad range of industry sectors and believe this benefits our clients by keeping our work fresh and distinctive.

As well as our design services we offer the following services; communications audits, design brief development, pre-design brand workshops, focus groups, email and telephone research, communications strategy, project planning, budget management, print management, name generation and social media strategy planning.

See more at http://www.howdy-pardners.com or if you’d like to discuss your branding or design please feel free to give us a call on 020 7720 8111 or email us at info@howdy-pardners.com

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