• Crisis of Conservatism

    We vote for them, follow their work and revel in their mixed fortunes, but governments of the day also promote a belief in us all. This backdrop of belief permeates across all spheres of life and determines both the tone and interpretation of thinking for current times.

  • Craft your brand to drive business success

    Consumers are brand curators in this integrated, experiential, social screen age. What are the questions brand owners need to be asking, and to whom?

  • Why only customer-centric companies have profitable retail brands

    There is sheer power in a strategically crafted master brand. Not only can it be used as a guide for all your brand communications, but the brand intelligence invested in it can be leveraged to completely transform your business. The purpose of a strategic branding program is to meaningfully, logically and visually communicate your brand’s offer, ultimately driving profitability.

  • Avoiding brand babble

    It’s not uncommon for brand discussions to veer towards murky digital territory where insights, research, analytics and data are assumed to be the salvation to all things brand.

Hans Hulsbosch

Hans Hulsbosch is one of Australia’s most influential brand designers and the executive creative director at Hulsbosch – Communication by Design. Over the past 31 years, he has been involved in national rebranding and repositioning projects for Woolworths, Virgin Australia, Masters Home Improvement and national sports retailer, Rebel.
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