We are consultants who are called in to help define and then execute complex projects. Mostly we work in service industries such as banking, brokerage, insurance and telecom. When the client has an idea but not the human resources or expertise to execute it, we are called in to flesh out the project strategy, put together a business analysis as to what it will cost and how it will add value to the company and customer. Then we put together the project plan and manage the execution of the project until it is finished. We are good at this - but we need more customers so we are re-branding ourselves to focus on what makes us different and to help potential clients zero in on what we do: "What's Parachute Partners?" Well, we can land quickly to make sure your strategy is on track and then get your projects up, running and successful.
We are a small group of professionals and we compete with large consulting firms as well as independent consultants.
Business managers at both the mid and executive levels.
We work with very large companies as well as small companies and start-ups.
Show us how your logo works juxtaposition with our name: Parachute Partners. What typeface(s) do you recommend?
Our tag line is: Strategy & Leadership for Complex Projects. Do you recommend that we keep this separate from the logo? (I know this is probably a dumb question, but I had to ask.)
The logo will need to work on business cards as well as larger formats such as letterheads on PowerPoint presentations - We are consultants and can't escape PowerPoint no matter how hard we try.
We would love to see an option of a small circle of skydivers forming a ring as well as options where one or more open chutes are displayed. Can a ring of skydivers not look like an ant or spider in a logo or can an open parachute look business-like - Help us figure it out
Show us how the logo works in black and white as well as color?
That's it. Make us look good. Thanks.