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Looking for a new business logo

I’m looking for a new business logo for, and the blue one above is my favorite so far.

Here’s another version:







Below is the current one, which I still like a lot, but I’m thinking of changing it because I want to better use the phrase “Rent a Journalist” in my logo:



I like the reporter’s notebook part of it, but I think the tagline should be more prominent.






There’s also this:

Rent logo







I’m not a big fan of it, but wonder what others think. I’ve commissioned one two more logo, which shouldn’t be ready until next week.

Updated April 22, 2016. Here are the final two:











Let me know what you think so far, and I’ll update with a final decision within a few weeks.


Report for State Department

In April I got a chance to again work for Correlation Consultation, editing and rewriting an executive summary of a report for the US Secretary of State’s Global Impact Economy Forum.

The study is called: A Global Study of Impact Investing + Insititutional Investors.

As Correlation Consulting says in its announcement of the report: “In this report, 51 of the world’s foremost institutional and institutional-sized asset owners — pension plans, corporations, foundations, ultra-high net worth individuals and families and development finance institutions — provide insight into their impact investing activities, case studies that can be used as successful models, and tips for those investors beginning or deepening their impact investing programs.  Participating asset owners represent more than $2.5 trillion of combined assets. This report focuses on those impact investments that create a return of capital and competitive, market-rate and premium (above-market rate) financial returns.”

About a year ago, I covered a forum on impact investing for this San Francisco firm. I wrote stories about the event for its website during the three-day event.