LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
Market Square Communications is a new company that takes the organic and business approach to building face-to-face and online community. The emphasis is on online community and the community members. The name Market Square comes from the idea of a market place where people come to chat and get a few things (social networking), also the market as in a capitalist market economy. It comes from the idea of Town Square or a European plaza, piazza or square.
Services include managing online communities (wikis, blogs, forums, customer-focused, word-of-mouth marketing, newsletters, content creation, social networking) and creating awareness, increased sales, product feedback .
In addition to online community, we produce face-to-face groups at a local level around products, where people meet network and receive professional development. We also train community managers, advise customer focus groups and advisory boards.
Tag lines are still floating around...the idea is "Developing online community where your customers meet" or "connect."
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
A logo for the company for the website and business cards. Colors, fonts...up to you. Would love to see your ideas.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
Our clients have been mainly in the software development industry (Autodesk), but we are now contracting with insurance/bank institutions, real estate, and more. Market Square Communications can build online community for any organization in any industry. This is worldwide, with an additional focus on the emerging markets- India, China, Russia and Brazil.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
I am open to your ideas about font, color and style. I personally am a person who lends toward colors from nature- shades of greens, yellows, blue, orange.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
Keep in mind the idea of people meeting and talking, interacting, learning from each other and the company learning from its customers. It all comes down to the company's customers. Also keep the international appeal and a "market square" (but not home-grown approach).
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