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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
I own a company called General Lead (www.generallead.com). We specialize in three areas: Talent Delivery, Advanced Sourcing Services and Custom Recruitment Training. Basically, we help clients find candidates to fill open positions, and we train recruiters and internet sourcers.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
A cover for a book. We are putting together a book called "The Sourcer's Playbook" which will be a training guide/manual for recruiters and internet sourcers to use to find candidates to fill open positions. It will be a "how to" guide or a "step-by-step" manual to learn from.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
Recruiters, Internet Sourcers, Researchers, HR (Human Resources), Staffing Firms, Consultants
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
This is a tough one to describe. We are calling this book "The Sourcer's Playbook" and what we had in mind is a spiral bound football players playbook to hand deliver to people to learn from. I ideally would like an illustration designed that we can use as a cover for the book. It can resemble a sports-persons playbook, a beat up spiral bound book cover (that is used, scribbled on, drawn on, torn or frayed a bit), a book cover with random plays drawn-up on the cover, etc. It can have different colors and fonts used on it. Not too particular on this. The cover doesn't necessarily have to resemble a playbook, but want something original that we can use as a cover. It also does not need to look torn, worn or frayed. That was just one thought I had. I'm open to a "clean" look as well. Another thought is using various logos of "WEB 2.0" companies and plastering them all over the cover too. I'm also very open to have designers run with the own thoughts on what the terms "sourcer" or "playbook" means to them, and design something from there.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
Must have the words "The Sourcer's Playbook" on the cover in some font, form, shape or design.
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