Sundial Market Research
• A start-up market research consulting firm focused on serving companies’ marketing decision-making needs.
• Offers custom market research services to the pharmaceutical industry, as well as retail and entertainment industries.
• Core team of experienced professionals, offering higher quality and a more integrated service offering than many of its competitors.
• Female owned and operated
• We turn information into meaning (like a sundial turns light into meaning)
• Market research projects should be an exciting and enlightening process, not a chore
• Great market research offers critical insights and gives you the confidence that you are making the best decisions
• A client-researcher partnership approach allows reciprocal guidance, each according to their own expertise. We are highly strategic, consultative and partnership oriented.
The Brand Personality:
• Strong, confident, intelligent, opinionated
• Yet approachable, friendly, respectful
• If the company were a celebrity: Michelle Obama
• Market Research Managers at Pharmaceutical Companies
• Market Research Managers at Retail and Entertainment Companies
This logo is for our company – Sundial Market Research. This logo will help define the brand's look and feel. We are looking for a logo that is clean, simple, fresh, modern/contemporary, artsy and smart.
We are open to images that make reference to the shape of a Sundial, but please do not be too literal with the graphic. Other imagery is also welcome.
The name “Sundial” should appear in the logo. “Market Research” can be included in smaller font or excluded.
• We would like the logo to be used in several formats (letter head, business cards, website, presentation materials)
• We need to be able to resize the logo without distortion
• The designer of the winning design may be asked to contribute to ongoing design efforts (e.g. website, presentation template, etc.) if those services are offered by the designer
Color families that can be the predominant color:
The predominant color should not be (but okay to use as accent):