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Logo Design WakefieldDesigning a logo might look easy. People have laughed at the Olympic Games logo for our Summer games (although wait til you see the new 2018 Winter Olympics Logo!) but have you ever thought “what goes into designing a Logo?”.

We have outlined a little example for you after we completed the logo design for our client Walton Hall Fishery (their website is coming soon).

We were asked to do a presentation on Social Media for business, which we gladly jumped at the chance to do. The Leeds Driving Instructor Association meets once a month and discusses various issues that concern them all, so it was very interesting to hear how they used social media to communicate with their pupils past and present.

Back when I was learning, I found my driving instructor via the yellow pages but I am not sure that the kids of today know what the yellow pages are anymore and they are turning more and more to social media to find local services such as driving instructors. They are also much more likely to use a driving instructor that has been “recommended” or “liked” on Facebook/Twitter by one of their friends.

If you would like to learn the power of Social Media for your business, then please get in touch for a 1-1. If you would like Fionnuala to speak in front a group, then simply send us an email. We have a fee for small groups and 1-1s but will speak for free to a group of 5 or more.

Well our techy director Heinz is in his element with this one. He has finally found his ideal client. In his spare time Heinz loves to do nothing more than grab his fishing rod and head for the nearest fly fishing river or lake…..but he has now made a very useful connection.

Johnny and Stuart who have recently taken over the management of Walton Hall Fishery want to make it one of the most well known and popular fly fishing locations in West Yorkshire. They have called on us to create them a logo, website design and help them with social media.

It has given Heinz a great excuse to head down a bit more often to check out the local fish stock.