Our Blog Posts
Bringing ‘Amigos Without Egos’ to Life at Casa MadeBrave
Arrrriiibaa - We worked with Richard Davies to illustrate one of our brand values.
Why Brands Should Wear Their Values on their Sleeves…Well, Walls.
If anything should get the spotlight, it’s your brand values. When it comes to brands, we like to think of them as a person, especially when it comes to setting brand values. We, as people, have principles we live by, right? Now, take that idea and flip it…
MadeBrave acquires Edinburgh based content production agency Campfire.
MadeBrave and Campfire have often teamed up to create industry-leading work for our clients. They’re the Woody to our Buzz. So when we were presented with the opportunity to join forces, we seized it like an excited kid at a funfair candyfloss stand.
Managing Brand Consistency Across Borders
Building a global brand? Here’s some things to consider when trying to keep it consistent the world over.
Introducing Full Breakfast Gin – The Morning Gin for the Night Before
Combining Britain's favourite tipple with its favourite way to start the day...
What to Include When Creating an Employer Brand
To communicate your employer brand, you need to know it first.
How Brand Foundations Affect the Way Your Brand Communicates
Communicating your brand starts with building your brand foundations.
Christmas Tree Ghillie Suit Prank
It's not just the weather outside that's frightful...
The Role of Employer Brand in Recruitment
Growing your team? Creating a candidate experience that's true to your employer brand is just the ticket for attracting the best talent.
Branding from the Inside Out: Why Businesses are Investing in Employer Branding
When it comes to communicating your brand outwards, it’s what’s on the inside that counts.
The Scottish Enterprise ‘By Design’ Grant
Get support of up £5000 towards branding for your business, thanks to the Scottish Enterprise By Design grant.
Glug Events Come to Glasgow
The very first Glug Glasgow kicked off with a masterclass on social media (and we got to be hostesses with the mostesses)