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9 years in business
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Corporation / business,
Gonzo Strategies created my logo a decade ago and I still get compliments on it today. It's seemly simple yet so sophisticated. I don't know how they do it but they do! Thanks, Gonzo Strategies!Aug 10, 2016
Dee Dee R.
Amazing work and such professionalism! This is your go to guru!Jul 28, 2016
Gonzo Strategies designed my business logo, website and all of my stationary and I couldn't be happier. He came up with a unique idea for my logo and I love it.Jul 25, 2016
We have used Gonzo Strategies since 2012 and have enjoyed his graphic services, he definitely aims to please! He was very creative and gave us a wonderful logo that stands out and sets us apart! 5 stars!Jul 25, 2016
Gonzo Strategies was brought in to help brand our company through logo design, website design, and marketing materials; all of which has put our small business into a larger consumer market. The creativity and professional quality we get makes us look comparable to a much larger corporation.Jul 22, 2016
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?There's a flat price for my identity packages - this includes: branding strategy, logo development (3 concepts w/ 2 rounds of edits), conversion to all file formats in multiple sizes (and the instructions for how to use them), business cards (for up to 10 employees), letterhead design (cover + internal pages), Word template to match letterhead for electronic docs, envelopes, mailing label set-up. Will also arrange for/manage printing upon request. Flat rate for this is $845.for for-profits, $645 for non-profits. Discounts available for multiple projects contracted at the same time Other projects (brochures, ads, websites, etc) are custom-quoted on a case by case basis. For websites I only work in WordPress. Most sites range from $1650 to $1950 depending on what is needed.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Start with a call or meeting to make sure I can help them. If all goes well and they accept the proposal - have an interview to determine needs/wants, provide a timeline for deliverables, present initial work for review, gather and incorporate any edits, provide final files. Follow-up to see if any future effort is needed.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Have been in the industry since 1999. Started my first company in 2002, merged the company with an agency in 2006 but didn't care for the agency style of business model. Left to work in the non-profit sector as a director of marketing while I waiting out my non-compete. Launched my current company in 2010 and have a strong and loyal following of small to medium sized businesses in the Fort Worth area - some on project basis and others on ongoing retainer for all of their marketing and design work.