Company's image - Saint Hubert
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Company’s image

Our logo is the closest image of our corporate brand. It is our marketing and communication tool. Maintaining a brand’s consistency is very important. Although some changes developed during the Years, the basic elements were always present and continue to exist. From my perspective, all changes have been treated carefully with the utmost respect to the past. Today’s new look is connected with its old roots, reflecting both purity and respect. The logo, our symbol, says more than a thousand words...

                     Bénédicte Schietse

In 2016, we celebrated our 90th anniversary with a new logo. The integrity is back in all its splendour and The St-Hubert legend is kept alive through traditions.

A company’s image is reflected in its visual identity. A logo doesn’t simply represent a brand. It often has multiple meanings and can even trace the company’s history. As time goes by, St-Hubert has changed its logo several times. We believe that our logo and company improves with time. Our logo is a way to keep our image relevant to the growth and maturity of our company. Our latest change displays a modern logo in line with today’s world.

1926

1926

Robert Schietse, drew this logo himself in 1926. The legend symbolizes St.-Hubert, patron saint of the hunters.
1953

1953

Walter Schietse, Robert’s son, finalized this version of the logo in 1953,  just before WW II.
1965

1965

In the Golden Sixties gold and orange was a must for the company and its label. In those days, the logo had a royal, superior quality look.
1980

1980

In the 1980s the blue border was added to add  a sense of harmony.
1990

1990

Flowers expressed a refreshment and renewal in our product range.
2016

2016

Today’s new look is connected with its old roots, reflecting purity & respect.
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