We are excited to reveal NetClean’s new look

We are excited to reveal NetClean’s new look
12 October, 2017 NetClean
NEWS 2017/10/12

NetClean’s new look

Last week, at our conference #skillnadpåriktigt, we also prelaunched NetClean’s new graphic profile, updated logotype and new website.

NetClean’s new look includes updated colors, new image style and partial new imagery. A big change is also the updated and modernised logo.

“It was simply time to renew the expression of NetClean and develop new images and graphic elements that we can work with in our communication. The new profile reflects both our values and the direction we want to move in”

says Jenny Thunert, Marketing Manager at NetClean, and continues:

“We worked on the new profile during the spring and autumn, and we are excited to finally be able to reveal it. Most visible is the new website, but we have also produced other material, such as a new company brochure and company presentations.”

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