“A manthra is a sound, syllable, word, or group of words that are
considered capable of "creating transformation" - Wikipedia
Manthra NetMedia leverages the power of Social, Video, Mobile and Immersive 3d and Gaming media to communicate your message and TRANSFORM your brand to new heights…
We are a communications & training consultancy that focused on leveraging new media such as Social Networking, Online Video, Mobile Web and 3D Gaming and Immersive Media to take our clients brands to new heights. We are moving away from the traditional Public Relations and Communications practices, and moving to the new media of the future.
We want to make our customers brands so powerful, that it becomes a Manthra to their customers. A chant that becomes part of their everyday existence.
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We will initially be focused on providing services to the SMB marketplace, the under served market that is the backbone of the world economy. These customers do not have the time or skill sets to play with social media, but would like to start a presence and start to leverage this new media to grow intimacy with their customers, and take advantage of the viral momentum of the web. They want to reach out to the new 'millenials' consumers out there who are 'net' junkies, and they want to be able to look a LOT bigger than they are using cheap but powerful tools such as social media and the internet.
The logo should encompass the theme of monks and sages as well as the internet. We would like the 'Safron' colour leveraged as much as possible to symbolize the sacred colour of monks of the East.
We would also like to have images of people in meditation or chanting as the theme of the brand. But also with an element of the "internet" also incorporated. I.e the wireless logo on computers.
I have included a mock up PPT with our initial thoughts, but by no means are we looking for you to copy this in anyway. Just to get your juices flowing, but we are looking for creativity, so don't hesitate to take it off this track a little bit.