My relationship with BaMatooke Made, a social enterprise born out of Parents Empowering Children and Youth Uganda, started with their need for a logo to lead their brand. This process needed to be done rather quickly for this particular client, within three weeks. Being that natural materials, mainly dried leaves, are the source of their products, a leaf was chosen to represent them from six original options we presented to them within a week. Later we staged a photo shoot to represent their products to make sure the organization could begin to sustain itself financially.
I was contacted by Bamatooke Made to give their product line a proper photoshoot. The photos went on to be used on their website for e-commerce and in their event displays.
How do you begin to stand out as a social enterprise? You have a logo created so that people know you’re serious about what you’re doing. That’s exactly what I helped facilitate for Bamatooke Made.
Not only did I lead the team that helped them with their marketing, but I also initiated a partnership opportunity between them and my music brand. Bamatooke Made created a card that would be the foundation of a major album release for my music project. The card was called “Before the Bouquet” and is still featured in their collection today.
The following is a breakdown of skills I used to serve Bamatooke Made and to help them grow into the social enterprise they are today:
And here are some final stats: