Language services firm Wolfestone launches a rebrand
Swansea-based multi-award winning language services provider Wolfestone launches a rebrand this Thursday (5th September 2013) as it looks to capitalise on recent success and cement a place among the major industry players. Wolfestone has undergone a total brand review and unveiled its new logo, tagline and website to support its evolution to a leading UK language company. The company has won more major clients in recent months including General Electric, G4S and Panasonic, punching above its weight and winning these contracts from under the noses of major players in the industry. This comes after a push to offer more bespoke services that are technologically driven. Faster response times and excellent customer service have led to major firms switching their procurement to South Wales. Following on from this success, the company has moved to rebrand, with a view to cementing its place as a leading UK language services firm. Director Anna Bastek said: “This represents a shift in focus for us. We have grown into a multi-million pound company in just 6 years, and as we’ve begun to win bigger clients, our brand needs to reflect this. We believe rebranding will take us to the next level and bring more good news and jobs to Wales. We are now more than a translation company. We provide bespoke language solutions helping businesses to succeed in overseas markets. According to our surveys we are way ahead of a lot of our competitors in terms of customer service and technology which explains why a lot of blue-chip companies are switching to us. The new brand will help us to stand out even more.” Wolfestone is officially the sixth fastest growing in Wales, and by investing in a new website and branding the company hopes to accelerate its growth.
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