To shake up the branding for Mambo Mobile Bars to deliver a brand full of spirit and a refreshed website design.
Mambo Mobile Bars offer a mobile bar hire service, perfect for any event. With a flair for fun and finesse for fab cocktails, Mambo brings the wow factor to any wedding, private party and corporate function with their bartending skills and impressive drinks offering.
Mambo needed our help in creating a vibrant brand that placed cocktails at the heart. We incorporated the team’s passion for cocktails into the logo design, featuring a mixing stick to ensure everybody immediately knows what Mambo is all about. A bright, bold pink was introduced to make the branding pop whilst also symbolising confidence, playfulness and the fun nature behind the brand.
We also introduced an illustration style to Mambo’s branding that has been used across the website design and merchandise such as beer mats, t-shirts and vehicle livery.
Although Mambo offers a range of private packages and bar hire options, Eat’s website strategy positioned the focus on corporate, weddings and private functions to encourage more bookings from a range of audiences.
A key aspect of the website design was to include a bespoke bar configurator, offering customers the opportunity to design their dream bar. Using the virtual configurator, users can choose their bar style of preference before customising with unique textures, patterns and lighting colours.
To represent Mambo’s fun personalities, we used engaging videos, in-action photography and engaging copywriting to intrigue and excite readers into imagining Mambo Mobile Bars at their event.
“I’ve been working with Eat Marketing for many years now and the level of service is still at the top, if not even better. Seamless communication and delivery of top service at all times, they are with no doubt at the top of their game. They do marketing but Eat Marketing are like a Ferrari, they don’t really need to market themselves to sell, you know you want them on board as soon as you see what they do.” – Thomas, Mambo