As a serial entrepreneur, who has started and sold many companies I know how difficult it can be to get a great logo for your startup and new company launch.
Your logo is arguably your most valuable piece of real estate since it will be in use selling your brand constantly. Not only does a great startup logo look attractive it needs to communicate your product or service’s value to your customer – encouraging purchases and brand loyalty.
That’s a lot to ask for a less that one square inch graphic but it is more than doable with the talented logo designers at 99designs. I know from my own experience of getting a log0 made for my new website startup at 99designs. Check out my review of 99designs logos and watch the step by step video tutorial on how to get the most out of your crowdsource logo design contest.
One of the reasons I recommend using a crowdsource site like 99designs for startup businesses is because amongst the 1 million talented graphic designers is the perfect one for you. If instead, you went to one freelance designers or an agency you are limited to their creativity as opposed to the virtually limitless pool of talent at 99designs.
To prove to you that 99designs are right for your startup logos I have detailed company launch logos from varied industries designed by logo designers at 99designs.com. All types of brands got the perfect logo from tough tactical gear to tender baby products, innovative software and tech travel companies.
Tactical Survival Gear Startup Company Logo
This retailer sells tactical items such as flashlights, multitools, pocket knives, and backpacks. They wanted lots of black and grey with yellow accents in their logo design, with an economical and geometric brand feeling. I love the strong military vibe design below.
Baby Products for Millennial Moms
This producer of premium baby products and textiles launched a design contest to get a logo for their new startup. Their target customer is urban moms aged 25-35 who are sophisticated and stylish. They wanted their logo to contain a “baby elephant” icon because their company name is Baby Elephant, and they wanted to use the icon element for some uses such as wrapping paper and shopping bags.
Software for Business Plans
This new startup company wanted an innovative logo that communicated the empowerment and sustainability that their software platform offers their customers. This business consulting company developed a business plan management platform.
Travel Technology Company Startup Logo
The entrepreneurs behind this startup launched their logo design contest and were open to all colors in their final logo and they wanted an abstract and less sophisticated, more friendly design that is bold and memorable – just like the adventures they offer their travelers.