Market maps and business flows.
Mill’s. The mill refers to the flows of business, which also require a map of the market.
The mill is an ancient tool, in this case used as a figure that favors business flows.
There are images of mills in many paintings from the European tradition, such as those painted by Van Gogh which were once in the Montmartre area of Paris.
Mill is also a word widely used in the world of metals; synonymous with factory, machine, rolling device.
The ancient Latin word for it is “mola”.
Due to the current transformation, businesspeople will also be tech-brokers and “traders”. Operators need to refine their “arts” and find new ways to complete commercial transactions that previously took place in person. In fact, many businesspeople are becoming “traders”.
To deal with this transformation, advanced “editorial” methods for remote negotiations are used. These same methods will also be used to relaunch the conversation with customers.
Mill’s is a “simple” editorial device for continuing and maintaining international business despite the obstacles to logistics and travel.
Mill’s is constantly moving and flowing: an inexhaustible, editorial movement that continually produces effective results for business.
To promote Mill’s business flow, 9133 Design Studio (https://www.9133designstudio.com) chose to create a logo for the brand that represents the M in form while acting like a windmill. The oldest, and most effective mill one knows.