Very creative, listens well, brings your ideas into bold realization. Very agreeable and always timely. Couldn't give higher praise.
great design, very accommodating., made several post contest changes for us!
How Marketing@ID started their postcard, flyer or print journey
Who are you known as?
The Center for Intuitive Development
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are an educational center located in Phoenix, AZ. We teach people practical tools to help them hone in their intuition to gain all they desire personally and professionally. We do this through in person workshops, DVD curriculum and special events. Our founder, Lynn M. Bunch is an Intuitive Educator, published author, and speaker.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We are looking for a flyer that will advertise our event called; Intuition: A Practical Tool in Business. We would want to have a flyer that we can add the date/time/location to as needed as this is a reoccurring event. Our biggest challenge when advertising what we do is getting people to realize that intuition is a practical tool. It is not a woo-woo crazy thing. We want to make sure the flyer portrays a professional practical approach however we also want the flyer to look creative and be engaging so the reader is interested in registering for the workshop!
I have attached a flyer that I threw together so you can see content. We are not at all tied to layout of this flyer, we want to see your creativity shine through. As I mentioned, we would also want a space to add the location/date/time and maybe a place for 2 sponsor logos as well as our own. If you would like to see more of what the company is about and what we offer, feel free to check out our website at http://www.intuitivedevelopment.org
I have also attached our logos, a picture of our founder, Lynn M. Bunch, a picture of the setting of one of these workshops, and the character we use in some of our marketing (the saint stick figure).