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Why no Gold colour in Golden Square Logo?

Some friends ask me why there is no Gold Colour in Golden Square logo. Well there are two reasons, one to do with the meaning and the other more practical to do with printing.

"Golden" in this case is referring to the Adjective:- "Marked by prosperity, creativity etc." as in, 'the Renaissance was a Golden Era.'

"Square" stands for a meeting place, similar to a Market Square, where transactions and business happens.

The first logo of Golden Square did have a little bit of Gold colour. However we ran into practical difficulties in printing signage and visiting cards. Gold is not an easy colour to print. So we decided to have only Blue and Black. Why Blue? Well that is another story all together.

Golden Square:- The place for business prosperity.

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