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Business & Consulting
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Official description: Translytica is an independent consulting group focused on optimizing global airport operations through process simulation, statistical analysis, and design of passenger and ground operations. Our clients, airports and airlines, rely on our data to improve the passenger experience, lower operating costs, and unlock new revenue opportunities.
This means that we will go out to airports and figure out what is going wrong, collect the right data, and then create mathematical models to solve these complex problems. For example, we look at long wait times for airline check-in and find how to correct it. Another example- we can help airlines make more money by enabling them to sell tickets to new destinations. This is accomplished by streamlining passenger connection processes (like security and immigration) to minimize the time it takes to get from one gate to another. The end result is that this unlocks many more flight connection opportunities. More details at my website- listed below.
Target audience is airport and airline executives.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I'm looking to create a 2-page "Executive Summary" flyer to quickly and easily get across the main points of my business. Format should be 8.5" x 11" (I'll email potential clients a PDF, but I'd like some format that I can edit later, like Word).
I'm in a hurry here, so I'm looking for your creativity in taking the right content / designs / themes from my website to incorporate into the design.
Please incorporate the following:
Motto: Driving operational efficiency in global airports
Contact: Phone, address, email (on website)
I've included my logo- both in B/W and color. I think we should use the color version, but I'm open to ideas and creativity.
Please also incorporate the attached "ACI-NA" association logo. I realize the resolution isn't great, but it's the best I've got.