Tell us what you need
What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
Running With No Legs
What is your industry?
Entertainment and Sports
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
"Likeability". We what to have an atmosphere of likeability in the logo
"Autenticity". Our key activities/assets are our people (key note speakers and teambuilding instructors), whom all have different, unique and awesome personal stories, combined with an extraordinary abilities within their professional area.
"Trust". Trust is important for our customers, when they choice to buy some of our products.
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
Image + Text
We like a simple, clean logo.
A logo that will go good against our long company name.
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
The logo is planned to be placed close to our company name: www.runningwithnolegs.com
Our vision is to create a movement of people who see possibilities instead of limitations.
Running With No Legs gives you and your organization:
1) engaging, motivating and different keynote speaks, that creates more energy and better wellbeing.
2) unique and exceptional teambuilding
Running With No Legs are unique and very special people who focus on the potential all human possesses and can develop into something bigger. On a daily basis this is done through key note speaks and teambuilding, but also by being open to new trends, opportunities and partners. Running With No Legs will give you a broader perspective on yourself and your organization, the world and new opportunities.
Some of our keynotespeakers and teambuilding instructors:
- Christian, double amputee soldier from Afghanistan and heading towards Paralympics 2016)
- Mikael, blind 1500 meter runner and participant at Paralympics 2008 / 2012. Today he works as a lawyer in Copenhagen.
- Anna, born with muscular dystrophy and has travelled in more than 40+ countries.
- Sylvia, female combat soldier diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Syndrom (PTSD) and Physical Education instructor)
- Martin, diagnosed with ADHD and Aspergers Syndrom and working as a awardwinning photojournalist.
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