I'm a pragmatic & dynamic business woman who has the ability to take ideas from inception and build them into living breathing propositions. I think BIG PICTURE but have a strong belief that no idea is worthwhile if the implementation lets it down.
I work mostly for entertainment companies like TV networks and sporting leagues developing or refining commercial propositions & managing communication projects. I'm employed by companies who want to 'get it done'.
Projects vary by company but might include; running idea workshops, feasibility studies, training, setting up information infrastructure , research, communication audits, communication strategy, sales strategy, sales document design and content and B2B support collateral development - like brochures, AV pieces and even event management.
I choose to do this because its all about people, communication and achieving outcomes. I get a real kick when everything hums together.
The personality is; dynamic, approachable, people orientated, inclusive, proactive, determined, forthright
Targeting CEO's, Marketing and Sales Directors, and business owners who require outsourced marketing and communication management.
They are corporate achievement orientated and want to see results. They don't have time for fluff but do want different thinking than what they have internally.
A logo that will be used on business cards, stationery. The colors within the logo and the font will also become the basis for a powerpoint template.
If I had to describe in words what I'm looking for its people & process all humming together.
I'd prefer it to take a more abstract approach than literal. I've uploaded a pic of the logo I most like in the ready mades, but I want one I can own myself.
I'd prefer if the logo is next to, or above KGCOMMS rather than have KGCOMMS incorporated into the logo. But, feel free to convince me otherwise through your response.
I'm open to upper or lower case.
I'm not much of a fan of black.
I want the logo to be approachable and 'rounded' rather than too corporate and sharp.
Multiple color inclusion is fine, as it will help me design into my powerpoint documents, but I don't want the color to end up making me look like a production house, or a children's art store.
Other possible directions might be bees & ants (really strong on communication with one queen at the centre) but once again, I'd prefer abstraction vs someone wondering if I'm a bee keeper.