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About Your Company
The logo is intended to be used for branding both the family's corporation as well as foundation. The business corporation entails property rentals, financial loans and consultation services. Whereas the foundation will be an aid platform focusing on educational scholarships and healthcare for Liberians.
The entities will be based in Liberia, with an aim to gain regional and ultimately international exposure / recognition.
Screen / Digital
Preferred Logo Style
Image + Text
Colors to Explore
Moniba Corporation and Moniba Foundation
Top 3 Things
Strength, trustworthy, professional
There's a strong sense of nationalism that we'd like to be portrayed in the logo which can be identified with Liberia, just by looking at the flag, perhaps an abstract star. However, also do not want it to look too busy. Strong, simple, modern, credible and clean look is a higher priority.
Would like the logo to have the letter M. Preferrably we would like fonts that display legs of the M to be absolutely vertical and not diagonal.
Some raw ideas we have at the moment is to have the a circle around the M - does not have to be a complete circle, but want to show as an illustration that signifies inclusivity, connection and/or continuation. But we are open to also have a stand alone M without the circle. Hoping to see a wide range of options that go beyond our own ideas.
We are attaching some examples from what we saw online which we found appealing.