Emburrie Rebel is a new company helping UK businesses market themselves on-line. We primarily help local businesses do on-line marketing. That includes search engine optimization, pay-per-click, email marketing and video marketing. We help businesses across the UK. Where we are based does not affect that. We also get asked to help people nationally.
Emburrie is the old name for the beautiful Scottish city of Edinburgh, one of the most widely admired cities in the UK (see Google Images for pictures). We aren't based there yet but we intend to be. I hid the name Edinburgh by using the old name so other parts of the UK wouldn't feel too left out!
Rebel comes from my tendency to know the rules of things in order to get round them! My ability to be both well informed and think outside the box to benefit my clients.
I'm very knowledgeable in my field. I'm intelligence and great at analysis. And I'm very good using that background to get round the rules and get the best results for my clients.
Words I'd associate with the brand are: dependable, honest, faithful, reputable, clever, sharp, quick, on-the-ball, analytical, informal, reasonable, logical and on-the-side-of-the-client.
My target audience is always other businesses. Typically they are local businesses, usually with high value clients like plummers, builders and other house-maintenance people, lawyers, Estate Agents (who sell houses), others selling business to business.
Though their target market may well be locally based I also help people looking for customers from across the United Kingdom.
I'm looking for a smart company logo, that encourages further questions and conversation, without sticking out like a sore thumb. It needs to say quality and have a certain class to it. Don't over emphasize the "Rebel" part let them read it and then let it dawn on them what they have read.
The logo must look good against a white background.
The company is headed and fronted by a woman in a male-dominated industry so the logo must not look overly masculine or feminine.
I'll the need the logo in a format for both the web & print.