Burger Brothers vs Brexit
With the impending apocalypse that is Brexit looming closer by each passing darkening hour, we thought we’d ignore the incompetence of the politicians to lead us and eat burgers instead. Tastes nicer than cake for a start.
If you’ve not visited Burger Brothers in Brighton, then you’re missing out. These guys know their onions (on their burgers.) They’re a great brand too, effortlessly oozing as much cool as the cheese from one of their scooby snack sized burgers.
Anyway, we went down to visit them, sample their wares and took shots of them and their modest operation. Get down and try them if you haven’t already; your mouth will sing, belly will wobble and your toilet will be full, just the sort of experience you should be looking for when eating a burger.
Next up on the menu…
Always leave room for more is out motto and that’s just as well as we work with a street’s worth of eateries and restaurants. Next stop was Cin Cin, the ‘flavour of the month, nay year, nay decade’ in Brighton.
We’ve been with owner Dave and Cin Cin for years now, helping them on their road to the recent michelin mention from festival and pop up to the launch and opening of their second restaurant in Hove earlier this year.
Gary recently visited Cin Cin Vine Street and held a ‘Brand Values’ session with The Cin Cin team, where the heat was on (literally as he delivered the session right next to the open kitchen stove) and passion abounded as the fabulous staff talked about what Cin Cin means to them, what it should mean to their valued customers and what their positioning should be from right across the business.
Show us your ID
We’ve produced several new identities recently. We’re not sure why they have come in at such a rate, but we’re not complaining. There’s something incredibly fulfilling about creating something from scratch that will represent what a company looks like and stands for.
Here’s the work we’ve been doing, which one’s your fave?
Montpelier Villa FC – grassroots football identity
Glowing Bumps – pregnancy fitness start up
Beyond – care leavers charity start up
London Survivors Gateway – sexual violence triage model
Last but most definitely not least, is our new (anti) networking event, What’s Your Problem? which is basically a few business owners getting together informally, either in the Spaces bar on the roof terrace or in a spit and sawdust boozer, to discuss business matters, throw anything in the ring, and to massage each others shoulders, egos and weary heads as well as scratching each others’ backs and helping to share each others’ loads. You never know, we could even end up working together, but this isn’t about that. It’s about a few like-minded people sharing ideas and experiences. And possibly getting pissed and building more genuine, better relationships.
If you like the sound of that, ring my bell and bring a bottle.