Young Presidents' Organization - YPO Logo Design Contest

Young Presidents' Organization - YPO has selected their winning logo design.

For $675 they received 102 designs from 12 different designers from around the world.
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don jones
United States

Slogan

Hang Loose - Hawaii

What We Do

A network banded together with a common cause: to become better leaders within their community, their business, their family, and their circle of friends.

Industry

Non-Profit

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Where the meeting is being held.
#2 - Generate enthusiasm to attend the meeting.
#3 - When the meeting is being held.

Our Target Audience:

YPO members and their families tend to be in their 30's and 40's, with 2 or 3 children. They are family oriented, well educated and upper income. Geographically this group is located in the U.S. southeast. Businesses are diverse, but all members are Presidents or CEO's of their companies. Generally the group is very active and well traveled.

Color Preferences

Blue, orange, green. Colorful. Colors per se not as important as the message

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Location is Four Seasons Ko Alina a very upscale resort on the island of Oahu. Probably needs to incorporate the Hawaiian hand loose logo attached. YPO Southern 7 should be in the logo. June 2019 should be in the logo. They will attend a luau. Activities will include: surfing, helicopter sightseeing, paddle boarding, a visit to Kualoa Ranch. Possible hula and ukulele lessons. The 2018 logo is attached.

Themes

Adventure
Complex
Colorful
Luxury
Modern
Refined

Style Inspiration

Applications

Mobile
Print
Signs
Clothing

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