• Tasty Catering Launches Rebrand and New Division

     
    POSTED November 25, 2013
     

    “Tasty Catering’s new brand aligns with our company’s goals, illustrating our growth and what we will accomplish in the future.”

Tasty Catering, a Chicago-based catering company, recently launched its rebrand, which includes a new logo and redesigned website. Additionally, the company added a new wedding catering division as well as full-service catering for corporate, social, picnics and special events.

 "Our new brand and website accurately reflect the evolution of our company," said Tom Walter, chief culture officer at Tasty Catering. "Tasty Catering’s new brand aligns with our company’s goals, illustrating our growth and what we will accomplish in the future."

nuphoriq, a creative marketing agency, spearheaded Tasty Catering’s rebranding while the new wedding catering division and full-service approach were led by Tony Sansone, Tasty Catering’s director of sales. "The changes are intended to strengthen Tasty Catering’s identity and the relationships they have with current and new clients," said Erin Walter, co-founder and chief executive officer at nuphoriq.

The company’s new website also includes a new blog, which contains food and drink recipes, event themes and idea, galleries of photographs and press information. 

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Among its findings: 

 

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