WorldOne is a marketing research firm specializing on online healthcare data collection. In a world full of physician databases, data aggregators, and panel companies, we are the one source for clients to directly access healthcare information. With WorldOne, clients get more completes in more countries than any other panel provider. Our new logo also includes our new tagline, 'Get More."
Our clients are full service market research firms and others who need access to our healthcare panels. They, in turn, have clients of their own who expect fast turnaround and quality on their projects. Giving our clients more completes and more coverage gives them greater capabilities to offer their clients.
We have simplified our brand and narrowed down our offering statement to focus on our capacity and our global capabilities. You can see the attached logo and tagline (on white and inverted) to use as your guide. What we would like to see are clean, bold and professional looking designs that reflect these attributes.
Business Card: This is the tricky one. Final designs should be done in UK size (85 x 55mm) and US size (2 x 3.5 inches). The card should include name, title, email, 2 phone numbers (direct, and office in international format) and URL. We need one design with an address and one without, but all designs should show all cities (New York, Charlotte, London, Hong Kong) on the card with the respective city somehow highlighted. Use this address whenever one is needed: 11301 Carmel Commons Blvd, Suite 106, Charlotte, NC 28214, United States.
Stationary: Basic letterhead in A4 to include logo and either 4 city addresses or just one with complete address but also listing the other 3 cities. Match it with a size A4 envelope.
Document template: This template will be for White Papers, service listings, and other sales materials. Please include a cover page and a numbered and unnumbered content page in size A4.
Email Signature: To be used in Outlook including name, title, office city, phone, email and URL. Don't go too crazy with graphics. Keep it simple.