Research Triangle Park, NC, November 21, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Clean Design Inc. (http://www.cleandesign.com) has announced the design of a new logo for Connected Women of North Carolina. Launched by Cisco in 2008, Connected Women events are open to women from all companies and organizations. They provide a unique opportunity for cross-industry networking and are designed to empower and motivate attendees to take charge of their lives and careers. The new logo was unveiled on Oct. 8 at the Connected Women annual conference.
“Since Connected Women’s inception in 2008, it has expanded outside the walls of Cisco and into the state of North Carolina,” said Natalie Perkins, president of Clean Design. “Any woman interested in getting to know other professionals and understanding how to be successful with all generations across all industries should become involved with Connected Women. We were proud to design the logo to reflect the mission of this incredible organization.”
- The Oct. 8 event focused on networking across generations and combining seasoned and emerging women in the workplace. Attendees had the opportunity to meet and network with local women business leaders and executives from across the Triangle.
- For more information about Connected Women of North Carolina, visit http://bit.ly/avo8f0.
About Clean Design, Inc.:
Clean Design, Inc. is a branding and design agency specializing in uncovering the insights and ideas that reveal a company’s brand truth. The agency works with some of the Triangle’s most recognized businesses and brands including John Deere, Lenovo, The Umstead Hotel and Spa and The Research Triangle Park. Clean Design provides branding, design, advertising, environmental design, interactive design, identity and packaging. The agency is committed to staying true to its purpose: to design anything better. Clean Design is one of the largest design agencies in the Triangle. For more information, please visit http://www.cleandesign.com.
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