Fisher Business Management
We are a consulting firm, focused on small business. We help small businesses get their hands around their back office operations -- we'll overhaul the whole staff (not usually), or clean up the bookkeeping, audit the HR stuff, etc. We don't just do the plan - we do the work, too!
We already have a business card and logo. The website is being worked on (the new one will match)... I'm hoping you can take our letterhead and power point presentations to the next level!
You can see a sample proof of the business card we have here. This gets clipped to have rounded corners:
My current logo is here:
The letterhead will be used for general correspondence that doesn't use email (mostly, that's what we use), and for proposals.
Our target audience is small business owners. These are plumbers, small medical practices, archeologists, the list goes on - but it varies as wide as business itself.
Our audience is generally a business casual set, and most of our clients are aged 35-60. We get many compliments on our business card, so it's important to me that the whole thing coordinates.
There are five total things I'd like to end up with...
1. Main Page
2. Second Page
3. Cover Page (for proposals)
Please size these to 8"x10.5", so I can keep 1/4 page margins and do the directly in my word processor (and print on my printer).
POWER POINT MASTER SLIDES
4. COVER SLIDE
5. BODY SLIDE
This can be a standard picture file, and I will load it on power point manually. This should be oriented landscape, and I think needs to be 8x10 (I may edit this to conform to MS Power Point needs).
I'd like the overall image to include the rounded look (our business cards have rounded corners). We like the green, so please try to match (I'll find out the exact color, but if you're close, it's fine). I enjoy the modern, clean look.
EDITED TO ADD:
About the cover pages - both the power point and the printed cover stock... There needs to be a place to add titles / topics / client name, what ever. The Fisher logo & name should be an element, but NOT the centerpiece. The client or the speaking topic is the centerpiece.
As an example, we could do a speaking topic of "Using 99Designs to Elevate Your Marketing"... That would be on the Power Point cover slide (not the master), but Fisher and all that should be an element. Need to have space for that title.