Branding + Collateral Design + Logo Design + Website design and development + Website content writing.
GEOM International is a well-established supplier of Oil and Gas related industrial products located in Dubai. GEOM International supplies specialized products for Oil and Gas exploration, Drilling, Refineries, Petrochemical plants, and Power plants. The firm is also an exclusive distributor for leading industrial brands, including welding consumable brand Kobelco of Japan, lifting solutions Toyo Lift of UK, and safety equipment Rigman of UK. GEOM International offers a wide range of products to the region’s major oil and gas companies, including Qatar Petroleum Development, Nabors Drilling International, and Yemen Drilling.
As a part of the rebranding exercise for GEOM International, a leading Oil and Gas Company in UAE, we created their comprehensive website for their companies and provided web hosting and server management for the company as well. We were also hired to create complete corporate stationery for them.
At Prism, our team of web designers and developers started by understanding the core requirements in terms of GEOM International’s company offerings, how they exactly wanted their website, their color palette for the look and feel of the website, etc.Post the brainstorming; our team came up with easy to understand yet modern websites templates to choose from. Our goal was clear; we had to build a website that was engaging enough to attract visitors as well as information sufficient to compel them to take action.
Our team of website developers did a great job of designing their responsive website. Our content writing team worked hand in hand with the SEO team so as to create SEO friendly content that would help GEOM International rank higher on search engines such as Google and Bing etc. Post their website launch; we came up with a branding campaign so as to cause brand awareness about their offerings and services. Our graphic designing team also created complete corporate stationery for them. Our only challenge was the time constraint deadline; however, as always, our team out beat all the deadlines way before time.
George Oommen (Chairman)