If you look at his portfolio, it is easy to see he is a professional.
He went above and beyond and was very responsive.
SPN submitted many designs for my new company and I Ioved all of them. SPN completely understood the heart, soul, spirit, and concept of my new business. It was actually hard for me to choose. I had to sleep on it for a number of days and one design just kept coming back to me, so this is the one that I chose. SPN was wonderful to work with - incredibly responsive, polite, prompt, imaginative, original, ultra-professional, plus SPN gave me absolutely everything I needed and then some. I cannot recommend SPN highly enough!
Mary Cochran, Creativity Coach and Healer, SomaSoup (somasoup.com)
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Most creative design of all those who contributed. Very responsive and helpful on edits needed. Thank you!
How geoffjessup started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Strengthening the Social Sector
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
InCollaboration has recently begun as a partnership. We are a small, dynamic, networked, partnership enterprise, capable of tackling large- scale issues through collaborative, relationship building and network approaches. InCollaboration individually and in partnership with others provides the following services – strategic planning, relationship-building and network development, education and training, project management, consultancy, workshop facilitation, execution of projects, and evaluation.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Other color requirements
Deep purple (mandatory as it is our theme colour), complemented with possible combinations of white; silver; green. (Not all four colours are necessary)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Our target group is social sector organisations focused on delivering social benefit. This includes community sector organisations (NFPs and NGOs), social enterprises, government and business.
InCollaboration aims to influence increased understanding of the interrelatedness of issues. Many issues such as poverty, homelessness, drug and alcohol, mental illness, family and community conflict, isolation and marginalisation are interrelated. To meaningfully address any of these issues on a large scale, people, organisations and disciplines need to come together and work with our strengths and share our resources.