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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?

Enji Pwp

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We are Enji Pwp, a brand that sells small-scale clean energy products to low-income households and small enterprises in Haiti. The words Enji Pwp mean Clean Energy in Haitian Creole. Products include solar flashlights, solar desklamps, solar home systems and efficient and alternative fuel cookstoves. All of our products are good for our customers finances, health and environment. For example, our efficient cookstoves can save customers over 25% of what they spend on charcoal, which adds up to about $5 a month. This is very significant savings for a household that earns $3 or less a day.

You can view all of the products here: www.enejipwop.com. Note that www.enejipwop.com is not targeted to customers in Haiti (most of them do not have internet access), but rather their friends and family in the US.

The logo will be used in the following ways:
-Painted on Clean Energy Stores throughout Haiti
-Printed on product boxes as well as directly on the clean energy products themselves.
-Printed on shirts for salespeople
-Printed on marketing materials (banners, billboards, etc.) throughout Haiti

Please view pictures of our first Clean Energy Store in Haiti here:

What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?

We want the logo to convey a fun, friendly and everyday feeling. It has to be something accessible to the average Haitian person. Our ideal typeface might be described as rounded, sans serif or bubbly. It must be very easy to read.

What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)

The logo itself must include the words Enji Pwp. We are open to logos with an image, but will probably prefer logos that are mainly the Enji Pwp text (for example, Digicels logo is simply the word Digicel on a red background.)

The logo must be simple, and must be able to reduce nicely to one color. This is because when our logo is printed onto products, we will likely only have two colors to work with: the color of the product, and the color of the logo. For example, we may have a green cookstove with the words Enji Pwp printed on it with the (optional) logo image.

Typefaces with similar feeling (and simplicity) may be found in the following logos:



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