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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
What is your industry?
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
The brand attributes that should be considered include:
Finances and education
Transparency and responsibility in public service
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
Creation of a logo for the MAFIS project:
- We would like to receive 2 different drafts of the project logotype: In a one draft version, please include also the official project name: MAFIS. For the selected logo from selected designer, we would like to receive proposals of several color schemes (at least 5 variations).
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The aim of the project called Municipal Finance Management (MAFIS), which is being implemented from 1st March 2013 in Slovakia and Hungary, is to develop management capacity of local government in the area of financial management and to promote partnerships in the Slovakia Hungary cross-border region. The project is implemented within the frameworks of the 2007-2013 Hungary - Slovak Republic Cross-border Cooperation Programme and is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
The project idea is based on a publication on financial management for local government, which one of the current associated partners helped to create in the 1990s in Slovakia. The United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) adopted and amended the publication, and currently it is being used widely across many countries.
The MAFIS project brings new and innovative elements while implementing the best quality from these educational materials. In addition, the Slovak and Hungarian experts will identify and elaborate the cutting-edge topics and examples of best practices in financial management in both countries. The developed training materials will be created in Hungarian and Slovak languages and in print and e-learning formats.
Subsequently, a training of trainers will be organized in each country to educate experts in the area of financial management at local levels. The trained experts will further continue to spread the knowledge on best practices in financial management to representatives of local government in Slovakia in a series of 4 trainings. A conference and a workshop with the participation of representatives and experts in the field of municipal finance will constitute the final part of the year-long project.
Direct beneficiaries of the project includes:
Government professionals municipal managers / mayors and financial managers of local government and other elected representatives of local governments.
Indirect beneficiaries include: representatives of academic sector (university teachers and students) with a focus on financial management in municipalities; other experts in the field of financial management.
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