Javelin & Precept: Moving Commodities Forward

We're proud to announce a new partnership with global commodities marketer and trader, Javelin. With headquarters in London and offices in Switzerland, Israel, Singapore, New York and Houston, Javelin are a dynamic newcomer to the sector. The Javelin Global Commodities team boast extensive industry experience, offering unparalleled risk management expertise, extensive global networks and broad market insight. They deliver creative and flexible solutions for producers and consumers of commodities.

The Javelin team approached us, having recently launched the business, to help strengthen their brand and create their online presence, which is currently in development. Cara, Communications Director at Javelin, said, "Precept came strongly recommended. When we met them we knew that they were the right company to deliver our website, while taking our brand vision to another level. My background is branding at Unilever and Shell and I wanted a company who understood the importance of getting the branding right first time to create a brand identity the whole company could live and breathe by".

Backed by industry leaders, E.on and Murray Energy, we're excited to be working with such an ambitious, global brand. The Javelin team all boast world class training from producers, consumers and financial institutions. And they’re nice, genuine, hardworking and enthusiastic people too, which makes working together a pleasure. So far we’ve helped develop their vision and dynamic approach into a focused brand strategy centred around their sense of purpose, ‘Moving Commodities Forward’. We can’t say more than that right now, but look out for more being featured on Javelin in our projects section.

We're looking forward to working together with Cara and Javelin to help realise their ambitions and to truly move commodities forward. If you’re looking for a dedicated partner to help strategise and deliver growth for your brand, call me for a chat on 0191 603 0033 or drop me an email, and let's arrange a meeting.

Written by:

Nick Johnson

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