|Sector||Arts & leisure / Civic buildings / Conservation / Education / Healthcare / Hotels / Industrial / Infrastructure / Interiors / Landscape / Master planning / Offices/Commercial / Religion / Residential / Retail / Sports / Sustainability / Tall buildings / Transport / Urban design|
|Summary||2009 ReBrand 100® Global Awards|
Global organizations, Fortune 50 corporations, small businesses, accomplished entrepreneurs, respected nonprofit organizations, cities, and renowned universities from around the world are regularly represented in the ReBrand 100® Awards winners; some of which are based in Brazil, Canada, China, India, Italy, Lebanon, Romania, Australia and the United Kingdom, in addition to the US.
The 2009 ReBrand 100 is open to any rebrand launched anywhere in the world between January 2006 and September 2008. The rebrand can be for an enterprise-wide initiative, a single component of a brand or for a brand extension.
Entries submitted can be from in-house corporate professionals, design firms, clients, architects, business strategists, advertising agencies, non-profit organizations, and government agencies.
The rebrand may have been for a product, service, entire company, non-profit organization, an individual, or a place.
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