We need an online flyer with the possibility of it being printed. The size should be half of an A4 sheet.
We already have the text, see below:
Who we are:
Prospectiva is a policy strategy and political insight consulting firm committed to help clients capture opportunities and mitigate risks in the complex and fast changing political landscapes of Latin America.
Domestic and international politics is an entrenched part of contemporary business. Traditional public affairs approaches are proving outdated to this reality. Policy strategies are needed to grow and/or protect global operations. Prospectiva helps its clients take a broader approach to the political and institutional realities of the countries where they operate. High level policy insights and industry expertise makes us different.
- Policy strategy
- High level political insights
- Growth strategy in highly regulated business landscape
- Policy and regulatory intelligence and analysis
All services are tailor-made and provided at regional (Latin America), national or local levels.
Democracy and institutions are quickly maturing across Latin America. With entrenched roots in the region, Prospectiva is in a unique position to help clients navigate through the often bumpy, opportunity-filled path to development in all Latin American countries.
Prospectiva has a highly qualified and capable multidisciplinary team with backgrounds in business and different fields of academia. Our consultants are driven to provide innovative and customized solutions for clients by applying consistent methodology to leverage growth and mitigate risks.
Prospectiva’s clients are Fortune 500 corporations, as well as leading European and Asian multinationals. We privilege our clients’ confidentiality, but will be happy to provide success case stories.
Our visual identity, which the designer will be able to see in the attached documents, bring few references to our firm. We have only our logo and an image that makes reference to our first two offices (São Paulo and Brasília). It is in our interest for the identity to be very “minimalist”, with simple lines that reinforce the credibility of our information. Avoiding both extremes: nothing too informal or too “hard” (designs that are blatantly of a financial or legal nature).
Given that we work with politics, public policy and a bit of economy, perhaps one option would be to work with lines and curves, following or mimicking the architecture of Brasília (Oscar Niemeyer – see file). Any suggestions are more than welcome.
It's important to have hyperlinks for facebook, linkedin and e-mail contact.