Our logo design wins praise from a truly innovative Shropshire business

Monday 26th November 2012   by Stuart Bickerton

Assist Animal Care Services

You know the old joke, never work with animals or children – well Yvette Greasley does both. She is pretty much the first person in the UK to offer a nannying service for both children and animals. And when it comes to animals, it’s not just your common and garden cats and dogs – we’re talking horses, cattle, sheep
and even lamas.

Yvette has worked, separately in the past, in childcare and animal husbandry, so had the brainwave of putting the two together. She has set up Assist Animal Care Services and Assist Child Care Services. She can still do both independently, but with the increasing number of families keeping larger animals and running small holdings, she sees a business opportunity in offering both services together.

Yvette needed a simple, yet flexible and effective, logo design to reflect the two sides of her business, so she turned to matm. She’s pleased with the results and the response she has had from customers so penned us this testimonial which we very much appreciate.

Assist Child Care Services

“The logo design service I received this summer (2012) from matm deserves recognition. My new micro business requirements were not straightforward, so having listened to my outline brief, staff at matm produced various options for my initial consideration.

“The designer, Neil, then patiently worked on the product, making various adaptations in response to feedback which matm invited. He then implemented these ‘tweaks’ with patience and a smile until I was completely happy.

“matm ensured that they met my needs and delivered a professional end product which I am proud to use as a key branding element for my new business. Result: a really satisfied new customer!

“I am pleased to be able to recommend the matm team to other new enterprises, and also to those requiring an image update or rebranding or who need a quality website.”

Thanks Yvette! And don’t worry, we’ll leave the real animals and children to you.