LogoSpeak

The aim of the Logos Speak talks is to inform small business owners of the importance of professionally crafted Logo & Identity design...
How this Talk Started 
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I started Logos Speak because I noticed that many of the business owners I came across at networking events, in consultations, etc… had little to no understanding of Visual Identity and how it helps or hinders the success of their business. 

The first pilot of the Logo Speak talk was in 2013, at “Entrepreneurs In London”, which, at the time was London’s biggest business networking event. It was a success. ​​​​​​​
Who is the Talk For
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This set of talks is aimed at Small Business Owners and those who are new to the world of business and self-employment.

Many small business owners over look (or are just unaware of) the importance of having a great Visual Identity, hanging on to the premise that having a good product or service will be the end-all-and-be-all of their success. Which, if I’m honest, is understandable.

I’ve seen it many times; I meet a budding entrepreneur who’s filled with passion and drive, with a great product or service, only to have a terrible Visual Identity… or in worst cases, no Visual Identity at all. Not even a logo
The Goal
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...is to educate Small Business Owners. 

Visual Identity design can truly make or break your business.

The aim of the Logos Speak talks is to inform small business owners of the importance of professionally crafted Logo & Identity design, and how it benefits their business’ growth and acceleration.
​​​​​​​Talk Topics
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During the talks, I’ll breakdown the Various Values of Logo & Identity Design, How to Pick the Right Designer for Your Business, What’s Expected of You as a Client, as well as many other essential topics that are of great benefit to you and your business. 
Live Talk Format 
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Introduction -  Who I am, Credentials, Work History (Very brief) 
The Talk - Logos Speak Topic for the Day 
Q&A - The audience can ask a few questions 
Closing - Thank Yous, Socials & Contact 

No Sales Pitch… Not even a little bit.​​​​​​​
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