Fishburn Hedges Rebrands Design Subsidiary
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Fishburn Hedges Rebrands Design Subsidiary

Fishburn Hedges has re-launched its design business under the FHD name. Led by managing director Adrian Day, who joined the business 12 months ago, FHD plans to develop further its corporate branding business, building on a string of new business wins.

Paul Holmes

LONDON—Fishburn Hedges has re-launched its design business under the FHD name. Led by managing director Adrian Day, who joined the business 12 months ago, FHD plans to develop further its corporate branding business, building on a string of new business wins.

Traditionally, corporate reporting has been a major focus for the company, but Day says that “while this will remain an important market for us, we believe that the branding and identity space offers us a key opportunity for growth. We have worked on a number of successful corporate identity projects in the past and, throughout this year, we have been working to build our resource in this area.”

FHD will remain part of the wider Fishburn Hedges Group, enabling its clients to access expertise in public relations, stakeholder and internal communications and public affairs. Says Day: “We are seeing growing demand from clients for consultancy support that spans design, strategic and stakeholder communications.”

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