Working with Dani was such a pleasant process. He basically hooked me with his first set of submissions. He was very responsive with my requests for adjustments. It was truly a pleasure to work with him!
It was a pleasure to work with RAYS. Their design looks fabulous and they were easy to work with.
He gave his designs at the last moment. I chose him for the second round because something about his design spoke to me. Out of 150+ designs for my contest, his was really the best. I am really excited to have this logo.
Velash is a very creative designer who takes and uses suggestions well. His turn around time and attention was excellent. We are pleased and eager to get our branding out there!
How Tfxhodson started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Charter Risk Management Services, LLC
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a captive manager, forming and managing captive insurance companies. Captive insurance is a form of self-insurance, whereby companies, regardless of industry, establish their own insurance company to insure their risks. Our business is to help form and manage those captive insurance companies. Another way to say it is that we are risk managers, helping our client companies manage their risk. While we will operate in other states and, perhaps other countries, our initial focus will be to form and manage captive insurance companies in Connecticut. As the "Capital of Insurance" in the United States, Connecticut recently passed a law to become a domicile for captives.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
You will see that for my initial attempt at a logo, I chose the Charter Oak Tree which has historical significance in Connecticut. The American Colonies first constitution (charter) was written and enacted in Connecticut and hidden from the British in an old oak tree, thereafter known as the "Charter Oak Tree". I also like the imagery of the oak because from small acorns, might oaks grow. In our business, a small investment by a company will, hopefully, grow into a large one. That said, I am not tied to the image of an oak tree in our logo.