Etihad Credit Insurance (ECI), the UAE Federal export credit company, has announced the launch of its new brand logo and website that will reflect the company's staunch commitment to integrate innovation in accelerating and sustaining the national economic diversification of UAE.
The modern-looking brand logo symbolises ECI’s new set of innovation-led goals amidst a new era of shifting global trade demands, said a statement from the ECI.
The new logo bears a touch of light blue, which is associated with trustworthiness and reliability. Since its inception, ECI has garnered the trust of its clients and partners through solid dedication to provide the best standards of service in the export industry.
The rest of the logo, meanwhile, is marked by the colour grey, a showcase of neutrality and balance evident in ECI’s objectiveness amongst all its clients regardless of their scale, it stated.
The new logo also signifies ECI as an entity at the forefront of providing bespoke protection for UAE companies.
It serves as a facilitator, growth accelerator and enabler for UAE businesses to expand their businesses globally, creating confidence by putting in place the right solutions to help them compete in the international markets, fulfil orders and get paid, said the statement.
The move aims to mirror ECI’s aligned strategy with the UAE’s economic agenda towards the next 50 years in order to keep pace with the ever-changing landscape of the global trade and export industry, it added.
It also highlights ECI’s unyielding brand presence in the global arena, as well as its unwavering mandate to diversify the UAE’s non-oil economy through a string of bespoke export credit products and fin-tech solutions.
The brand logo and website was launched in the presence of Dr Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Trade and Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of ECI, together with Saed Al Awadi, CEO of Dubai Export Development Corporation and Board Member at ECI, and Massimo Falcioni, CEO of ECI.
Underscoring how the new brand identity will further highlight ECI’s dedication, Al Zeyoudi, said: "It is beyond my pleasure to attend the unveiling of the new logo and the launch of the dynamic website of ECI, which has been steadfast in its mandate to bolster the UAE’s non-oil economy through its bespoke financial solutions and strategic partnerships with local and global entities."
"This new initiative is yet another nod to its support for the country’s leadership, an undertaking that is in line with the UAE’s keenness to adopt innovation and ensure excellence to achieve its diversification goals. ECI’s new logo and website showcase its commitment to support the UAE as it goes in pursuit of achieving economic excellence in the next five decades," he added.
Falcioni said: "Our constant strategy is continuous improvement and innovation. Launching a modern-looking logo and enhancing our customer experience through our new website signify our innovative approach to reflect the UAE Federal export credit company’s mandate of providing state-of-the-art fin-tech and digital solutions for trade and export credit, as well as introducing new initiatives that will further propel UAE businesses and exporters towards greater heights."
"Our new logo bears the symbol of our leaders’ vision and strategic goals to bolster the country’s economy. Through this new milestone, we aim to further echo our efforts to help the UAE in its economic diversification goals, especially as it begins its journey towards the next 50 years," he added.
Meanwhile, as part of introducing a new digital infrastructure that consists of a new visual identity and updated details about its products and services, ECI has also unveiled its new dynamic website, in order to provide UAE businesses and exporters easier access to trade solutions that will help them achieve their expansion goals.
The new website is aimed not only at providing bespoke financial solutions for UAE exporters and SMEs, it also envisions to educate these businesses about the importance of getting protection against commercial and political risks associated with exports—which can be attained through Trade Credit Insurance and risk mitigation tools, said the statement.
In addition, the new website will also provide a special portal for SMEs to apply for SME Protect—ECI’s cost-effective and easy-to-access and manage solution that will help businesses move on from the limiting and traditional Letters of Credit or cash payments terms, towards the most updated sales on open credit terms, which helps them enter high-growth markets, it added.-TradeArabia News Service