Spring has finally arrived at our Riverdi offices so we could not be happier to leave heavy jackets at home and dig out all the lighter and brighter attire. This was a very long winter, not just in terms of climate but also all the restrictions that were forced upon us worldwide.
In many cultures, Spring is symbolic of a new beginning, renewal, rebirth. It tends to give us hope for a better tomorrow and certainly brings out a lot more smiles around. To mark what we hope to be a new chapter in the global situation, we have refreshed the look and feel of Riverdi Brand. You might notice a little change in the colors of the logo and a lot more unified graphics for the product presentation. The brand book and visual packs are always available from the media center on our website.
So what’s new?
We have defined the blues and the oranges that we use. Whenever you see the blue and orange waves, you’ll recognize our brand immediately. Speaking of waves, do you know where the name and logo of Riverdi came from? Even though it sounds so Italian it has very little to do with the latin capital of pizza. Riverdi was born in Gdansk, in the north of Poland, where the blue Baltic waves hit the coastline and the bright, orange sun rises out of them in the horizon.