The Brief

We were delighted when the Black Country of Commerce approached us to help create a brand identity for Future Link, their new business club for young professionals. The initiative aims to connect young professionals living, working or doing business across the Black Country to create opportunities for personal growth and career development.

The brand needed to engage the target audience and convey Future Link’s message whilst standing out from similar regional models.

Expertise Used

Brand Identity

Digital Design

Graphic Design


Professional Services

The Solution

 First we researched Future Links offerings and business goals to generate concept ideas. Since the initiative promotes future career development we wanted to create a design that could evolve with the membership and promote it at the same time. A symbol was created for the brand to represent the linking aspect of the business club. We also designed sub logos by replacing the word “link” with other words to showcase the benefits of Future Link. From this the sub logos “Future Opportunities”, “Future Partners” and “Future Business” were formed. This flexible concept enables the brand to develop as the club grows and changes with its members as more sub logos can be added.

The brand was expanded across different marketing materials reflecting the concept by linking images with the logo symbol. We received great feedback at the launch of Future Link where lots of members and non-members took interest.

If you’re a young professional and want to create opportunities to grow, develop and become a part of a supportive network, then this is for you. For more information please visit 

The Feedback

‘Bostin Design have done some fantastic work on our young professionals branding. Colourful, vibrant and eye catching to say the least! The communication has been excellent, and the quality of work is exceptional. They understood our needs and made our vision come to life.’

Business Relationship Manager / Future Link Manager at the Black Country Chamber Of Commerce – G. Boparai