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Logo & Business Stationary Design

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Project Budget
£30 - £250 GBP
Total Bids
25
Project Description

Hi there

I'm just starting out in business again after being rendered disabled by a failed op 18 months ago. As I've been unable to work for a while, my start up budget is limited, so it was suggested by a pal that I post the job on here with the hope of getting the best price poss and keep my initial outlay down. So, thought I'd best be honest and tell you I'm not in a position to pay big fees for this job, but I'm informed that as its a fairly basic logo and stationary job, it should be easy for a good designer to do in a short time frame.

BRIEF-

I intend to offer a property / site finding consultancy in the North of England trading as
Acquire with a strapline of "Estate & Acquisition Consultants"

Basically, the company searches out land property and sites for large business to buy.

So I am in need of a logo creating / corporate branding for business cards, letterhead and possibly continuation paper.

MY THOUGHTS:-

I have an idea of the business card being azure or turquoise in the top right blue with 2 orange cats eyes looking in from this section
So the colour scheme could be turquoise / blue white and a small amount of orange.

I have taken a few domains but will run with [url removed, login to view] so there will be the possibility of this job in the future too.

However, I'm quite open to colour schemes or ideas too, which I'm sure you creative lot will have in abundance.

Thanks for reading guys and I hope I've given enough detail to enable you to have a vague idea of what I'm looking for.

Regards and best wishes

Annie

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