Most everyone has a lot on their plate these days. Maybe you have so much on your to-do list that a simple, easy concept like creating and branding a company logo has fallen tothe wayside. Don’t worry, we can help. Four reasons you’ll definitely want a logo to fit your vision:
Once a logo has been created, incorporation into any future design elements is a snap. A logo can be printed on different tees as an everyday work uniform, placed on a bumper, or slapped up on a popular bar’s fridge as a sticker.
2. Repeat Viewings
Your budget goes farther with custom products that include yournew logoespecially if printed on an item like a mug or tshirt that can be used again and again. As you gain clients, your logo will start popping up everywhere, each sighting a reminder that you are open for business! Even though promotional products like flyers or posters have their purpose, they can be easily thrown away before many see them. With repeat view items, your logo makes each cent worth it.
Don’t forget the benefits of the process of logo design. Creating an image that represents your brand or company in a succinct, catching and bold way forces you to question your vision, hone in on particular details and zoom out to see the larger symbol of what you’reafter. A logo can act as a glue, holding together the pieces of your business in a holistic image. To be successful in today’s competitive and diverse world, it’s important to creatively think about your branding. A logo can help you do just that!
4. Team Morale
Having a company logo is a quick and easy way to boost team morale and spirits. Who doesn’t need a friendly reminder of why they do what they do? This reminder, in the form of a fresh, bright logo can be applied to tshirts, mugs, posters and more, brightening workplace memos or used as prizes at the company holiday party.
Jacob is the Co-founder and CEO for AshevilleScreenPrinting.com. When not working, Jacob enjoys hiking, reading, exercising and enjoying the amazing food and beer in Asheville. An entrepreneur since childhood, Jacob is passionate about entrepreneurship and small businesses. To learn more about Jacob, check out www.JacobBallard.com