Consulting firms, recruitment services, research and development and security companies need to have professionally designed, influential logos that show your customers just how serious you are about providing them with the best and professional management services. As the owner of a company that comes under the management services industry, you must not think that it is something which can be sidelined because truth be told, you won’t be able to attract any clients without it. If you are not sure about the kind of logo that would best suit your company , have a look at some of the ones which we have created and be inspired.
Before I start talking about the color, symbol and font that needs to be used in your management services brand design, you need to be a 100% sure that you know where your company is headed. Without a clear understanding and view of the future of your company, you will end up designing a logo which doesn’t last for more than a year or two in the industry. If you are confused about colors, study color psychology in depth and find out about the shades which work best in your industry and which are likely to appeal toyour clients. Generally, the hues which are used in this industry comprise of dark and colors leaning towards blues, greens and red that show professionalism and specialization.
When you talk about the fonts or images used in these logos, you will notice from our logos that most of them use typography rather than symbols with exception of recruitment perhaps. Though you can ask your designer to experiment with different vector images, you shouldn’t settle on one which hampers your company’s capabilities and services instead of accentuating them. Because you are a management service provider, it is crucial that you use sensible and specialized fonts which don’t make you look unprofessional and not trustable.
All our designers put a lot of thought into picking out the image, colors and fonts for your executive company. But which one suits you best will ultimately depend on you and how you brief the designer. So take a few minutes of your time and spend it browsing through our several categories to have a clear idea of what you want when you communicate with your designer for a logo design.