ciett is becoming the world employment
08 Nov 2016
Ciett is becoming the World Employment Confederation
The trade organisation representing the employment industry has been rebranded as The World Employment Confederation.
A move that reflects the industry’s extended territory (the world of employment) and the broadening of its membership base.
While Ciett was established in 1967 to represent temporary agency work, the World Employment Confederation is the trade body representing the employment industry at global level.
The World Employment Confederation is representing labour market enablers in 50 countries and 7 of the largest international workforce solutions companies.
The World Employment Confederation brings unique access to and engagement with international policymakers (ILO, OECD, World Bank, IMF, IOM, EU) and stakeholders (trade unions, the academic world, think tanks, NGOs).
Page in extremis congratulates the organisation for its complete rebranding.
The Belgian communication agency is proud to have participated to this significant change across the visual development of several communication touch points of the global organisation.
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The communication agency proposes four integrated communication services:
1) The definition of a “brand strategy” aligned with the development strategy of your organisation.
2) The refreshment of your visual identity supported by easy to use guidelines developed in a clear and concise Brand guide.
3) The improvement of your “Communication Programme” by incorporating integrated communication campaigns, memorable events, great publications and innovative digital solutions.
4) The creative development and production of innovative printed and digital communication projects.
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