Jonrose11 did a fantastic job discovering our needs and implementing the perfect design we were looking for. They listened to our feedback and implemented it quickly. The logo came out great and we love it!
- Dan The Marketer
- PANTJAL MOEBAL
Designer did a great job all along the project. He clearly communicated with me and tweaked my designs as needed frequently. Highly recommended.
His design was the winner for me because of its clean and elegant lines. My entire team loved it. Thank you so much.
- THE JONATHAN, LLC
How maccampb started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Canadian Federation of Pensioners/Fédération Canadienne des Retraités
What’s your company slogan?
Advocating on Behalf of Pensioner Groups and Their Members/Agissant au Nom des Groupes de Retraités et Leurs Membres
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Canadian Federation of Pensioners (CFP) was formed in 2004 in response to concerns by the founding pensioner groups that provincial and federal legislation governing the rights of pensioners during insolvencies provided inadequate protection for the pension promise that had been made to them while they were working and on which they rely today.
Today, the CFP directly represents approximately 240,000 retirees through its affiliated retiree associations, and over a million Canadians through the family members who depend on them. The CFP currently has 15 affiliate retiree groups from both provincial and federal jurisdictions, whose members have experienced some of Canada’s most extensive and highest profile restructuring over the last two decades.
We are Canada’s largest voice for retirees who rely on workplace defined benefit pensions.
The Mission of the CFP is to actively promote the interests of these Canadian pensioners generally and in particular to advocate on behalf of past, present and future Canadian members whose defined benefit workplace pension plans are under attack.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
As we represent all Canadians, with both French and English constituents, our new logo must incorporate both english and french elements for both the name and the slogan for our organization