As the UK’s leading travel publication, we here at O&G have been reading TTG magazine for pretty much the entirety of our agency’s 40-year history. Having worked alongside businesses in the travel industry throughout that time, TTG has been vital for us in receiving reputable, industry wide updates and knowledge. In a time before Google and the uprising of the digital age, TTG was our main source of information and insight into this market, and we’re pleased that as online media outlets have grown, the prominence of TTG and the magazine is as strong as ever.
After a successful 66 years of business, TTG approached us with the opportunity to pitch for a complete redesign of the magazine, including a rebrand and identity exploration exercise. We are thrilled to say that we were successful in securing the new client.
Gavin Graimes, MD at O&G detailed how “we’re excited and proud to be partnering with TTG on the rebrand. With our heritage in travel, TTG is a brand that we have respected for a number of years. Being given this opportunity to work on a rebrand for the leading travel industry magazine is a big deal for all of us at Oliver and Graimes.”
We’re already really pleased with the exciting work that we have begun to develop with the TTG team so far and we’re looking forward to sharing our creative with the world very shortly.
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