Startup BizCast #19 – Small Business Logos (Rob Marsh)

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In this episode, we’re talking graphics. A first impression is important in business, and when you have a small business it’s absolutely critical. A great business logo can let people know you have a professional operation. My guest this week is Rob Marsh from Logoworks by HP, a Utah-based graphic design firm that specializes in corporate logos. Rob discusses his company’s affordable system for providing corporate logos to small businesses, how important logos are for small businesses, and how you can use your logo once you have it.

In this week’s BizCast Brief, I have stories about continued problems with an SBA women’s business center program, Intuit’s small business campaign, and FOX Business.

Links mentioned in this week’s episode:
Logoworks by HP (www.logoworks.com)
Inside Small Business (smallbusiness.logoworks.com)

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2 Responses to “Startup BizCast #19 – Small Business Logos (Rob Marsh)”

  1. Steve-

    Thanks for the discussion. I really enjoyed our chat. Hopefully it’s the kind of information your listeners can really benefit from.

    Thanks again.

    -rm

  2. Logoworks has a great business model for producing logos for startup businesses economically. I think they’ve created over 50,000 logos by now. Knowing that small businesses with new logos need economical printing sources for business cards, banners, promotional items, etc., I started a successful logo design printing business http://logodesign-printing.com for those looking for the lowest prices and fast turnaround.