Founded in 2007, Tallis Consulting is a strategy, management and organization consulting firm. They support theirs clients on high value-added projects, with a pragmatic and collaborative approach, allowing the implementation of long term solutions.
The logo created in 2007 no longer truly reflected an image of seriousness and efficiency. That's why Graphéine took care of the redesign of their brand image.
The star reveals a very dense and significant richness. It is a distant sun that points us in the right direction while giving us the confidence and energy to engage in it. This is exactly Tallis' expertise, to support companies on their way to development.
But this logo can also be read as a point of convergence, which points to the right solution, just like the role of a consulting firm.
Tallis Consulting was founded in 2007, with the idea of returning to the fundamentals of the consulting business: delivering added value over the long term. This consulting firm positions people at the heart of its values and development. It invests in a long-term relationship with its employees, promoting their personal development and professional progression, offering a working environment and a professional framework where everyone can evolve and progress with complete confidence.
Tallis Consulting is also a clever mix of excellence, entrepreneurial spirit and a friendly local atmosphere.
Phonically the name is in the same lineage as the names that appeared in the years 2000-2010 (e.g. Novartis, Natixis, Aventis...). The suffix -is refers to notions of seriousness and efficiency. Phonetically it is a sharp sound ( i) that slips ( s). Linguistically, it can evoke a Greek and Latin ending, which brings a guarantee of seriousness. It is therefore legitimate that this suffix is used in fields related to engineering, consulting and management.
If the word "Tall" has no particular meaning in French, it is an English adjective meaning "Large, large size". Thus, by breaking down your name phonetically, we obtain "Tall is", as in the sentence "How tall is your business? "