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Salaria Group is a business development consultancy. We help businesses get meetings with other businesses that want to buy their product or service. The name Salaria comes from an ancient and famous road in Rome, Italy, Via Salaria. My grandfather opened his first business, an appliance store, on this road in Rome in the 1960's. He ultimately lost all of his money from a financial crisis that hit Italy in the late 1960's. Via Salaria was also once a part of the Silk Road and played an important role in the rise of the Roman Empire. Salary Group is my tribute to my grandfather and the entrepreneurial spirit of my family. I created the logo on the attachment file when I first started my company in a very bootstrapped fashion. I'm running another logo contest on 99 Designs and I've attached screenshots of some of the designs I'm leaning towards. I'm a fan of sacred geometry and I've incorporated the flower of life into the design of my business cards. You can see there is a line along the top left corner of my business cards - this is actually the outline of the road, Via Salaria.
I can't stress this enough: MORE DESIGN, LESS WORDS. We live in the age of instagram; the age of the forever scroll. SIMPLICITY, SIMPLICITY, SIMPLICITY. My current site has way too much information on it. I want a site with as few words as possible. I want for someone who has never heard of my company before to understand what I do + what makes my company different and unique within 30 seconds of visiting my site. My current site has far too many pages. I want everything to live on one page. While I want a very unique and boldly designed site, I don't want to sacrifice mobile functionality. Some of my favorite desktop sites, are my least favorite mobile sites because it just doesn't translate well from desktop to mobile. I want things to be very bold, modern, and unique. My competitors such as cience.com or salesroads.com have way too much information on their site - nothing sticks out. I want things to pop on my site. The few words on my site, I want them to actually read. If you can substitute words with graphics or images, please do. Use as many graphics and images as appropriate. Just don't make it too crowded. Only use a graphic if it helps illustrate the point we're trying to make. Don't just use graphics to fill space. Less is better.
I want to keep everything on one page. Again, my competitors have too much content on their sites - too many pages. I want to simplify everything about my company into one page. I want the simplicity of my site to make a point. That my business model is simple. The reasons why clients choose me is simple. The results we deliver is simple. How it all works is simple, yet sophisticated, technologically-savvy, young, fresh, and bold. I'd split the homepage into different sections: Section 1: Header - I explain this section pretty well on the file attached labeled "header". Essentially, I want a graphic that is a carousel/rotates through different words on the first word of a sentence. The sentence/graphic would first say automate sales development - then the word automate word change to a different words like simplify, streamline, grow, etc. (words listed on file attached). So the basically the sentence keeps changing as the first word keeps changing. Again, I don't want to sacrifice mobile functionality for this design. Section 2: Testimonials Firstly, I don't like labels so don't call it "testimonials" on the design. Duh they are testimonials. Here are the testimonials I want to include: 1. The McKinsey of sales development - Rick Ow, Akucast 2. I've built my sales team around Salaria - Zack Hurley, Indie Source 3. I've lowered my costs by 40-50% and grew my pipeline 10-fold - Dustin Cavanaugh, RenewAge 4. Salaria is now essential to my business - Jennifer Prendeki - Alectio I want these testimonials to reallllllly pop. Very bold. I feel like this is the most compelling, genuine, respectable selling point I have: my own client's words. Most of my competitors have testimonials on their site by they rarely stand out and the content is usually too wordy and long so no one reads it. Section 3: Reason to choose salaria #1 After the testimonials section, I want to start moving into highlighting the reasons why clients should choose my company. Again, I don't like labels so don't start this section off by titleing it something like "reason 1" The first reason that I would want to highlight: Rapidly improve the efficiency of your sales operations. Fact: 40-75% productivity improvements of SDR and Account Executive Teams. Again, I love the use of graphics to illustrate the point I'm making here ^^^. As long as the graphic makes sense and looks good on mobile. Section 4: Fully operational in 5 business days. Quick and organized onboarding process, contious of your time. No more training and retraining. Section 5: Our services are scalable. Fact 50% of our clients scale up our services within the first 3-4 months.
Simplify. Mobile Friendly. Beautiful. Innovative. Young. Secretive: kind of like the company Palantir - you know Palantir is a very intelligent company working on super secret stuff/crazy AI/machine learning stuff for the government. They can't really post everything they do on their site or how they do it - but you know they know what they are doing - does that makes sense? :)
$1,599 Gold package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Web page design starts at $599.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their web page design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
danteW collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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