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Kipeto is the second largest wind power project in Kenya. Under construction for two years, the project is scheduled to supply 100MW of clean, renewable energy as a major contributor to Kenya’s Vision 2030 and Big Four Agenda.

Following a series of messaging workshops that the Gong client team ran with Kipeto’s project team and international stakeholders, our designers rebranded the company to Kipeto Energy Plc (KEP). KEP’s fresh, new corporate identity was designed to reflect its international pedigree and included the following assets:

  • Brand book including logos, typeface, colour palettes and patterns
  • Brand applications: Letterheads, email signatures, business cards, powerpoint templates and brochures
  • Website updates
  • Signs for office spaces and external use


The rebrand and design supported the work of Gong’s client team as they delivered media relations support and reputation management advisory services throughout the wind power project’s construction, keeping key audiences updated on developments.

Kipeto website
Kipeto Business Cards
Kipeto letterheads

Resource Futures


Website creation is a core part of our design business. We work with clients around the world to build a website from scratch or to refresh an existing design.

We always begin with the fundamentals – a discussion to fully understand your brand, your audiences and your website goals. In some cases, our client teams support with web text, in other cases we will deliver a designed and coded website for you to edit in-house. We will work with you to develop a timescale for delivery and completion.

We created a website for our client Resource Futures, an environmental consultancy with a complex set of stakeholders. Their website needed to be easy to navigate but speak clearly to organisations ranging from public bodies, to policy makers, to not-for-profits. We worked with the in-house team to create a brand ‘look’ for the website as well as a site map for easy navigation for all users. The resulting design is bold and fresh, yet clear.

“We’re delighted with the new website Gong has created for us. Our new website really reflects who we are and what we do; we’ve had great feedback and we’ve already seen potential new business coming in as a result. The team at Gong have been great to work with – from the initial workshop through the design process and ongoing support.”

– Nicola Round, Communications and Marketing Manager, Resource Futures

Lloyd’s Dive In Festival


Inclusion@Lloyd’s, the committee for governance and strategy for D&I in insurance, challenged Gong to develop a brand platform to bring diversity and inclusion alive in the Lloyd’s market. 

They wanted an inspirational and engaging format that people would be motivated by, primarily for the business case to practise better diversity and inclusion in their companies.

The result was Dive In – what began as an initiative of Lloyd’s in just one country in 2015 has become a global initiative across the entire insurance sector, attracting support from firms in financial services, recruitment and law.

Gong developed the brand concept for Dive In and ran logistics and communications for each festival in a composite multi-stakeholder environment with a global reach of 1.8 million.

This involved developing the website and an app on both Apple and Android, curating marketing collateral including a 40-page festival programme, sponsorship offerings, organising a wealth of video and photography capture, running the press office and creating buzz through launch events, branded coffee carts, street-facing branding of the iconic Lloyd’s building, stakeholder communications in each of the 32 countries, and running global steering committee meetings from London.

Described as a ‘brave and bold event’ by Marketing Week, the success of Dive In has been widely recognised by awards in the insurance sector, marketing and PR experts and employers’ networks. Dive In has won or been shortlisted for 11 awards, won seven, and been widely praised and acknowledged across the industry.

A post-festival survey revealed its impact, with 99 per cent attendees agreeing diversity and inclusion was good for business.

Gong secured positive and extensive media coverage across the globe, reaching stakeholders throughout the insurance sector and beyond. Dive In 2020 had a footprint across six continents, with over 140 events in 35 countries.