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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
We are a Quantitative Hedge Fund based in NYC called OneSeven Capital Management.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
We want a logo that is modern, elegant and simple at the same time.
We want to be able to use this logo on its own or with text (OneSeven, OneSeven Capital or OneSeven Capital Management).
See the attached file for our current "design".
The colors that we use are :
- RGB (0, 43, 85) sometimes gradient with RGB (31, 108, 184)
- RGB (231, 158, 0) sometimes gradient with RGB (237, 204, 20)
These colors are NOT mandatory, but we like them.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
We have 2 types of target :
- Private Investors (wealthy people that want to invest in our fund)
- Institutional Investors (Banks, Funds, Insurance companies etc...)
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
We want the design to be very classy but modern also.
We want it to be simple.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
We want our logo to be designed around the two hebrew letters "aleph" and "zayin" which are the letters for 1 and 7 in Hebrew (OneSeven). The best thing would be for them to be stylized, so that it is not obvious that these are hebrew letters.
Please note that in Hebrew we write from right to left so the Aleph needs to be at the right of the zain.
You can easily find these letters by googling them.
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