Management of visual communications in insurance companies (on the example of using icons in logos)

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    http://dx.doi.org/10.21511/ppm.15(2-2).2017.02
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    Volume 15 2017, Issue #2 (cont. 2), pp. 319-331
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This article is devoted to the study of insurance business development in Ukraine and Russia in the late XIX – early XXI centuries, generation and identification of special aspects of formation and use of sacred art elements in corporate identity of insurance companies.
The purpose of this article is to discuss the concept of management of visual communications in insurance companies, an important component of which is the formation and development of brands in the insurance market, which include elements of sacred art.
Corporate identity gives insurers a new methodology for managing marketing communications. The author proves the corporate identity of insurance companies and its place in the system of marketing communications. Due attention is paid to corporate identity of National Joint-Stock Insurance Company “Oranta” (Ukraine), Insurance LLC “Oranta” (Russia) and Insurance Company “Rossiya” (Russia). There are given examples of the use of Orans (Oranta) and the Burning Bush icons inscriptions in corporate identity of insurance companies. The author describes icons in corporate identity of insurance companies and definitely their role in the communication process. Conflict situations over the use of the Orans brand in Ukraine are analyzed. The need to be careful enough in using sacred symbols in the corporate style of insurance companies is emphasized. Evolution of the logo insurance companies is presented.
Examples of integrating corporate identity into the strategy and tactics of insurance companies are shown.

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    • Figure 1. Evolution of the logo of the NJSIC Oranta (Ukraine) over the 1993–2017
    • Figure 2. Evolution of the logo of the Oranta (Russia) over the 1995–2014
    • Figure 3. Evolution of the logo of the insurance company “Russia” over the years 1884–2013
    • Table 1. Evaluation of potential market brand value of NJSIC Oranta over the 2007–2016