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Sam sees the Logo light
Samantha Tipler has been a valued member of our WHO Adelaide Community for some time.
She’s a passionate and talented artist and an inspiring and giving individual.
We love her energy and interaction. She also was a recent attendee at our BIG small biz day out and was a natural with our members.
Sam tells her story of how our WHOot group has motivated her and changed her outlook and how we assisted her to rethink her plans and help her brainstorm a brand new exciting business.
We are not just marketers and promoters. We will custom create a space that is tailored to our community. We recognised that our members love DIY and now Sam can plan to be flat out with workshops and a steady income stream. See what she has to say ..
“Once upon a time, in a land not far away, lived a beautiful, savvy, young princess (well, it’s my story!)….Some called her an artist, some called her a designer or a marketing person. Some even recalled a time she used to be a netballer. But one day a very clever, also young, beautiful princess, called her a purist……yes, a purist of all things…..and that’s where the journey began….
I entered Jo’s office, a beautiful space of light and good energy and we embarked on an inspiring discussion about my business. On reflection, the word ‘purist’ was a good observation as it reflected my passion for traditional forms of design, art, education and ways of doing things.
We brainstormed how times were changing and that there was a great interest in people wanting to do it themselves.
All sorts of businesses are making their own Facebook pages and business cards, but many come from other areas of expertise and could benefit from learning some basics about how to design a logo or how to make their Facebook page images crisp, bright and meaningful”
Having had 20+ years in the industry (yes, a lot for a YOUNG princess), I have plenty of information I can share and combined with a teaching background, the means to impart it and so the Logo School was born!
I thank Jo Lemmer for her insights and time to help me look at things differently and also, very importantly the Logo School name itself!”