This is the logo developed in 2019

This is the latest logo with a fresh new 'rotating' logo (after a few gins), the full stop and a complimentary colour, Coral, the 2019 Pantone colour of the year.
We incorporated the tag line 'Impose Correctly' as we have not found any site that offers this technique based on others' behaviour patterns.
It's our best logo yet - we love it - we designed it. We did all the others as well and liked them at the time.
The 2019 logo was composed to compliment the website design by Okler Themes - 'Ezy' from the Envato Market. This design is licensed. Don't you worry about that!
The name 'Elevanto' is synonymous with Elizabeth Hunter™ behaviour pattern trait in that everything can be improved. It seems destined to stay.

2018 back to 2013

The Consultiteer 'eye' came first in 2013. (Consult it here). It lasted 12 months then it was closed.
Then a fresh logo and format, first with tag line (2014).
Then the tag line was dropped in 2015.
In 2016, we became Marston Collins, combining the names of the Disc founder, William Moulton Marston and the management guru James C. (Jim) Collins. This name was a failure.
In 2017, we implemented the name Elevanto, based on the notion of 'elevation of performance'.
In 2018, we chose the colour blue as being more trustworthy than red; plus a new logo.

This is the logo developed in 2020 for Modern Elizabeth Hunter™

This is a new logo for Modern Elizabeth Hunter™ - a square styled logo as a contrast to Elevanto. The colour 'Greenery' was the 2017 Pantone colour of the year, so we are heading towards the twentieth century.
It's our newest logo yet - we love it - we designed it.
The names 'Modern Elizabeth Hunter™' and 'Elizabeth Hunter™' are based on the legendary fake Qantas figure as quoted in in 'The Bulletin, August 10, 1963'. "The woman who travels Qantas can call on the experience of Elizabeth Hunter, Qantas Woman's Travel Adviser, in what to wear, where to stay, where to go, (sic) on an overseas trip". See your Travel Agent or Qantas for a free copy of "Fly Qantas - a Woman's World".
There was no such person, we are told; the Qantas office was located on the corner of Elizabeth and Hunter Streets, Sydney, NSW, Australia.