Corporate identity

Corporate identity,

Definition of Corporate identity:

  1. A companys public image, especially the use of a distinctive logo and coordinated packaging, etc., to aid product recognition.

  2. Combination of color schemes, designs, words, etc., that a firm employs to make a visual statement about itself and to communicate its business philosophy. It is an enduring symbol of how a firm views itself, how it wishes to be viewed by others, and how others recognize and remember it. Unlike corporate image (which is in there changeable mental impression), corporate identity is out there sensory-experience conveyed by things such as buildings, d├ęcor, logo, name, slogan, stationery, uniforms, and is largely unaffected by its financial performance and ups and downs in its fortunes. Corporate-identity is either strong or weak (not positive, negative, or neutral like a corporate image) and is more or less permanent unless changed deliberately. The identity (conveyed by its name and multicolored bitten-off-apple logo) of Apple computer, for example, as an innovative and pathbreaking firm has survived almost intact over about 30 years. But its image as a successful business has dimmed and brightened several times during the same period. See also visual identity.

  3. Status as a legally distinct incorporated company.

How to use Corporate identity in a sentence?

  1. Google is a company that has been known for its corporate identity of being a modern company which is symbolized by its name which is unique in sound and in image, with a symbol which is always changing in shape and color.
  2. We had a very cool corporate identity and we knew who we were and that meant that we had a set structure of performing a certain way.
  3. After seemingly exhausting its appeal as a high sugar, high caffeine beverage company, Coca-Cola reinvented its corporate identity by branching out into out avenues such as bottle sparkling and still water.

Meaning of Corporate identity & Corporate identity Definition