BASES Entrepreneurship Challenge
BASES is the Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students at Stanford University. We are the center of entrepreneurship at Stanford and one of the largest student entrepreneurship groups in the world. Our organization attracts some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley to host networking events, workshops, informative and motivational talks, and activities aimed at the development of successful companies. Our passion comes from exciting new ideas and the power to manifest them within a business context.
We are looking for a logo for our annual Entrepreneurship Challenge - a Business Plan competition that awards $50,000 to kick-start new companies.
For more information on BASES, please visit our site at bases.stanford.edu.
Budding entrepreneurs affiliated with Stanford. Logo will be read by students, Venture Capitalists, investors, and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.
Professional typeface and style with an entrepreneurial touch, so that the design should motivate individualism and an enthusiastic spirit with elegance. We are all about ideas - and the business models that will successfully bring these ideas to the world.
-Make a logo of a seed with many roots growing from the bottom. The roots should be long and intertwined, indicative of a network. Make the roots those of a tree, but a small stem will be coming out of them.
A stem emanating from the roots will bloom into a leaf or leaves that look like they are growing toward the sky.
Important: We are open to other logo ideas that will convey a spirit of enthusiasm and elegance. If you feel you have an excellent idea for this, please submit it.
- Create a logo that will be recognizable from a distance - one that catches people's attention.
- Logo will preferably be 3D.
- Logo should read "BASES Entrepreneurship Challenge".
- Emphasize "Entrepreneurship Challenge" more than "BASES"
- Should have a simplified or slightly varied logo off to the side for use on posters.
-Logo needs to be able to go on different colored backgrounds, especially white.
Thank you for your work!
The competition is sometimes referred to as E-Challenge, so you may consider highlighting the "E" in Entrepreneurship Challenge, but this is not necessary.