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About Us Over the past 30 years, CV has partnered with a diverse range of companies, institutions, Federal Agencies and associations and developed a track record of creating and implementing successful and creative design solutions. While our client base varies, our approach to solving creative problems is consistent: listen, learn, analyze, problem-solve, then create.
Our Work We believe that it is our job to create design solutions that work for our clients, are embraced by their organizations, and inform their audience. Whether itâ€™s brand identity, logo design, brochure design, website design, electronic presentation, retractables/exhibits, or an annual reportâ€”our multi-disciplinary designers can distill everything they learn about your organization into a simple and powerful idea thatâ€™s recognizable, embraceable and memorable.
Intel CV was asked by Intel and Dalberg Global Development Advisors, who partnered together to produce a research study on Women and the Web, to design a report highlighting the global impact of the expansion of Internet access, especially as it relates to empowering women and enabling them to connect to other women in their online community by using the Internet as a platform for expression, empowerment and social change. We were tasked to work within Intelâ€™s brand guidelines, while also creating new design approaches to graphs and data. We researched and selected photos that were relevant to the report. The end result was a report that was well received by Intel and its partners.
Global Tiger Initiative CV designed the Global Tiger Initiativeâ€™s 2012 Implementation Report summarizing the goals and achievements of the global community dedicated to saving wild tigers from extinction.
Carbon Finance The World Bankâ€™s Carbon Finance Unitâ€”part of the larger global effort to combat climate changeâ€”asked CV to design, for the second consecutive year, their Annual Report. The 2011 report design not only highlighted how climate change affects people, indigenous animals and plant life globally, but also focused on specific projects that have been implemented to combat those effects.
Forest Carbon Partnership Facility Forest Carbon Partnership Facility, a global partnership focusing on the reduction of global carbon emissions and the sustainable management of forests, asked CV to design their 2012 Annual Report. The design uses gradient color boxesâ€”reflecting the colors found in the accompanying photoâ€”to introduce each section.
The Equity and Excellence Commision The Equity and Excellence Commission was established by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education to provide a strategy for addressing the inequitable distribution of financial resources and its impact on educational excellence. Corporate Visions was asked to design the Commissionâ€™s report, For Each and Every Child, and companion website portal for the report. www.foreachandeverychild.org
Department of Education Banner Bug: 33”x 94.5”
The U.S. Department of Education, Office of Communications and Outreach, asked Corporate Visions to design a series of retractable banners and 10’ x 10’ displays. These were to travel the country with various town hall and other events promoting several education initiatives.
WRG/IFC The Water Resources Group, a division of IFC, asked Corporate Visions to design their 2012 Annual Report. Strong regional photos were used to highlight global hot spots where WRG and its partners are helping indigenious people harness and manage their water supplies. The design also uses pull quotes as a strong visual anchor for the body copy.
Global Transaction Team The Global Transaction Team, a division of IFC/World Bank, asked CV to develop a brand image for their global recruitment program— which offers career opportunities and training to participants. The new identity design used blocks of color, highlighting key words associated with the program focus, as well as photos of people and places reflecting the program’s influence around the globe.
Summer Internship Program
A Wealth of Experience for a World of Change Careers at IFC IFC hires summer interns each year for a minimum period of four weeks between May and September to work on discrete projects in Washington, DC or in one of IFC’s country or regional offices. IFC’s summer internships are paid positions. The program is very competitive: we receive about 1500 applications each year, from which 30-40 candidates are selected. Following a thorough evaluation process at the conclusion of the internship, successful interns are encouraged to apply for an Associate Investment Officer position, or any other full-time opportunity available after graduation. Summer Interns are assigned to an industry, regional or service department within IFC. Assignments cover various areas of work, such as sector-specific business development, investment proposal review, financial modeling and analysis, advisory services strategy, and ex-post investment project evaluation. The assignment depends on the needs of the department and the particular fit for the candidate.
A Wealth of Experience for a World of Change Careers at IFC
Selection Criteria Candidates must be in the first or second-to-last year of an MBA or similar graduate program. Specific selection criteria include: • For investment positions, work experience (4-6 years) in international finance, which could include corporate finance, investment banking, financial consulting, private equity, credit analysis, or commercial banking • Knowledge of sectors relevant to IFC and emerging markets experience preferred • Strong analytical, communication and negotiation skills • Business development and client relationship skills • Enthusiasm for working in multicultural teams and across borders people • Fluency in English; proficiency in one or more of Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish strongly preferred • Commitment to sustainable private sector development
Application and Selection Process IFC accepts applications on-line from December 1 through January 15 of each year. Applications of short-listed candidates will be posted in an Internship Program database accessible by all IFC departments globally. Individual departments contact candidates directly for interviews and usually conclude their hiring decisions between mid March and end of April. Please visit the website on or after February 15 to find out if you have been short-listed but keep in mind that not all short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.
www.ifc.org/careers Recruitment Programs Summer Internship Program
Global Transaction GTT Team
A Wealth of Experience for a World of Change
Careers at IFC
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Brochure Banner Bug
IFC Rio+20 Report on Sustainable Development CV was asked to create a take-away brochure for the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development held in June 2012 in Brazil. The 64-page brochure combined striking images with a colorful, informative and engaging design. The brochure was designed and sent to the printer in one weekâ€”in order to have the brochure available for the Rio+20 conference participants.
FAA CV both designed and provided support for the writing/editing of the Federal Aviation Administrationâ€™s 2012 Performance and Accountability Report, and the companion Summary of Performance and Financial Information. All deliverables were on time and within budget. Our design effort was well received by management.
Show Preview Guide/44 Pages
United Fresh The United Fresh Produce Association asked CV to create marketing communications materials for their 2012 Produce Conference in Dallas, Texas.
United Fresh CV, after designing the intial marketing materials for the United Fresh Produce Show, extended the visual identity and language onto the show signage. We applied bold sans serif typography in combination with a unique image strategy, tagline and strong layout style.
Signage Series: 56” x96”
Developed Tagline: Produce Results
Entrance Signage: 58” x 96”
Africa Pulse/ Infographic Africa Pulse, a division of the World Bank, tasked CV with creating an Infographic that would visually communicate their gathered research on “Africa’s Economic Future” in a concise, understandable, and impactful way. The information provided was distilled by our designers by using simple graphics, strong/ legible typography, and eye catching colors. The resulting infographic was clean, easy to digest, and impactful.
Section of Infographic Shown/Final Size: 24 x 36
Intel/ Infographic Infographic showing the framework for evaluating Internet access barriers and outcomes for Women and Girls.
The Barriers and Beneﬁcial Outcomes of
Women’s and Girls’ Internet Use from Both ‘Micro’ and ‘Macro’ Perspectives What factors inﬂuence women and girls to access and use the internet?
What are the beneﬁcial outcomes anticipated as a result?
Individual or ‘Micro’ Factors
Individual or ‘Micro’ Outcomes
Awareness Ability Environment
Esteem and Expression Opportunities Knowledge and Networks
Ecosystem or ‘Macro’ Factors Infrastructure Products and Players Policies Gender-Responsive Outreach
Increased Internet Access and use
Ecosystem or ‘Macro’ Outcomes Economic Development Gender Equality Diversity and Growth
Sierra Leone Investment and Export Promotion Agency, SLIEPA, needed a brand image that was recognizable and distinctive. CV created a new brand identity program. The new brand architecture involved the creation of a logo, stationery system, brochure, website, and newsletter.
SLIEPA The website design for SLIEPA was another touchpoint of the branding program. The look, tone, and feel of the site works cohesively with the overall brand architecture.
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Teachers Data Challenge Students
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