U-Send Couriers

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U-Send Couriers
  1. COMPANY SLOGAN: "Don’t sweat the small stuff. U-Send it" we need to write it with an different font compared to the main title. It needs to be less visible than the title
    1. Important information to excite curiosity : "IF YOU NEED TO DELIVER A PARCEL THAT WEIGH LESS THAN 2KG, NEXT DAY DELIVERY AVAILABLE"
      1. Information that we shouldn't say that the company delivers only across the UK.
        1. TARGET AUDIENCE: We can say in the digital graphics that this service is perfect for private people who sales stuff online like. "ARE YOU A PRIVATE ONLINE SELLER? DO YOU SELL STUFF ON E-COMMERCE SITES? SO WITH US YOU CAN DELIVER YOUR STUFF IN A CHEAP WAY".
          1. THE LOGO: I will be good if the logo is only an image that represents the name of the company that delivers, becouse the logo needs to be instantly recognizable by the people. We can also add an acronym LIKE:
            1. CONTACTS DETAILS: We need to put contact details on the digital graphics like the companies website, the costumer care number, and also an support email.
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