wenk was fantastic to work with, was able to come up with a great design concepts and turn around changes and new ideas super quick. Very reliable person to work with. Look forward to working again together!
Great to work with and delivered exactly what we wanted!
This was great! Thank you for all of the help! We appreciate you working with us.
OwnCreation was a delight to work with. Fast, efficient and open to my ideas, even when we went on a tangent and ended up going back to the original design! Would definitely work with again!
Great design and willingness to keep tweaking until everyone was happy.
Took feedback and submitted many designs. Great to work with.
- Samantha & Scott
How cody.duval started their logo design journey
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Katsu Ventures is a holding company for a small number of internet-based businesses. In some ways we are similar to a traditional venture capital fund - the main difference being that we wholly own and operate our portfolio companies.
Our primary target audiences are internet entrepreneurs and business owners, particularly those interested in selling an existing web-based business.
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While we are based in the US, our name is a Japanese word with many meanings. Please use any of the following as inspiration:
- Katsu is a word shouted out in Zen Buddhism (as well as other sects of Buddhism), and in East Asian martial arts schools, used to help focus the energy and thereby induce an enlightened state.
- Katsu sometimes refers to a breaded and deep-fried Japanese food, often a cutlet of sorts. We have a sense of humor, and are not adverse to exploring ideas that include a chicken cutlet!
- Katsu can also mean “to win” or “to cut”
- Our company is really the sum of its smaller parts; it’s a collection.