For nearly a year we experienced a “business identity crisis. The use of a logo system that’s inconsistent and unfounded”. We had different variants, especially with fonts we use to present our business name. And used whatever was available for a pitch as long we felt it was clean and presented us as branded. Interestingly these are the words of Mr. Dayo Abiola founder and chief logo maker of Dayo Abiola a logo making company. “A common mistake with SMEs”. He said.
He was spot on. Our goal to be the dependable go-to PR agency for SMEs and the uniqueness of our business name began the story of our new and vibrant logo. The conversation ensued from Edward Snowden to how vigorous and creatively dogged we want to be become with regards to growth hacking for SMEs using PR, according to Mr. Micheal Okwubi, CEO WhistleblowerPR.
We are proud to unveil our new logo. I actually feel like its our first. Because it is now truly an asset. The font is graceful and grandeur. The whistle symbol isn’t loud and space demanding. But rather complimentary to stylishly complete our brand name which we wanted to be louder. We are excited it is made by the company of the foremost logo craftsman and presented with permission by Ghanaian Model and their chief identity figure Miss Nura Ladi.
*Culled from WhistleblowerPR Release