Consultancy firm for cross-border workers
Metz is a city in the North-East of France where a part of its active workers leaves to work in Luxembourg every morning. Most of them can benefit from very interesting tax advantages that they are unaware of. Fiscalest is on a mission to remind them while reducing its taxable income.
Logo & Identity
SWORD built Fiscalest as a brand, aligning its message and identity with its values and target audience's pain points. There was also a local SEO challenge to correctly reference the agency in a perimeter covering the North-East of France, Luxembourg and part of Belgium.
We crafted an identity in line with Fiscalest's promise of expertise, support and advice. Resolutely corporate, the identity appeals to high-incomes who want to reduce their taxable part. The site, built on Webflow, ois designed for adding content and will allow the creation of a blog in the near future.
Huge thanks to Thomas for the incredible partnership on this project.
what our clients say
We closely collaborate with our clients to understand what they do and the space they play in.
"A very structured approach from the discussion phase to the brand and website design. SWORD's processes helped me make a decision between various actors."
"The agency was able to demonstrate responsiveness and creativity to deliver a site that matches the image and identity of our startup. Thank you for the timely delivery of this service!"
"They immediately identified our business core issues and were able to recommend the best options to promote our product. Our website is powered-up with custom coded features and the brand guidelines have been perfectly integrated”
“I can only recommend the services at SWORD. We got support for our websites and the team was extremely helpful, well coordinated and their design skills are great. They have a very fair pricing module and are very start-up friendly.”
“A real technical and creative agency able to propose elegant and seamless concepts. Congratulations for the Site of the day and thanks again for your reactivity!”