Extreme Collaboration is creating an Internet TV reality show about growing businesses with exciting products. We use contests and crowdsourcing to attract the people who will help these businesses with sales/marketing/all kinds of operational services. Then we show what happens when the company and the contributors interact in a rapid project to expand the business. It's a business consulting model on 'video steroids'. We’ve won the attention of investors and several pilot customers, in industries such new beverages, clothing worn by ‘the stars’, energy efficiency, and consumer tech.
Audience 1: Growing businesses with standout products & services, that want to be featured on our show. Types of businesses include: new healthy food/beverages, environmentally-friendly products, entertainment services, cool technology.
Audience 2: The people who will watch the program, and contribute to the show's projects, as part of the crowd-sourcing. Consultants, entrepreneurs, famous business speakers, and people who are passionate about the business products we feature.
Represent the idea that a passionate community or 'crowd' of enthusiasts is helping a business.
The name Extreme Collaboration can be incorporated into the logo, or the logo can be pure imagery, with the name rendered next to it. Show how you'd render the name as well as the imagery. Use fonts that will be easy for us to deploy in all our marketing.
The brand is a combination of "professional" (to make our business customers comfortable), and "uplifting" (to give the impression it's fun and meaningful to work on projects). Colors are open.
A community, or group of contributors (the "crowd"), helping a company is our main motif for the logo. The image should make a company feel good about getting the help - that is, don't make the 'crowd' look threatening or overwhelming.
There's lower priority themes you can incorporate: (1) the results of the projects which are the new ideas and business deliverables, and (2) using Internet TV/video. You can optionally build these into the logo but try not to let them make it too complicated.
Initial logo use is on a website and business cards. The website is under design (http://99designs.com/contests/23669) and you're welcome to join that contest too!. It's great if the logo can be adapted to fit the lower right corner of a web video.
We'll provide plenty of feedback and promote the contest design winner on our web site.