Pensions Board seeks opinions on logo change
As part of the 25th anniversary celebrations of the Cayman Islands Public Service Pensions Board (PSPB), the entity has launched an online survey canvassing membership on whether to retain its logo or create a new design. “While our current logo is instantly recognisable to our members and has served as an identifying symbol of the PSPB and all it stands for, during this auspicious year, we want to invite our members to decide whether or not they wanted to move forward with a new logo,” said Jewel Evans Lindsey, the board’s managing director.
“We are looking forward to a good response from our membership and encourage everyone to fill in this quick and easy survey.”
The PSPB, which has about 10,000 members comprising public sector employees and pensioners, plans to mark its first quarter century with events throughout 2017.
Survey participants will be presented with four options. Members can vote to retain the existing logo or to choose one of the three new designs created by the board with assistance from the graphics unit of Government Information Services.
The survey, which closes 3 February, can be accessed on the government intranet or via a SurveyMonkey link on the PSPB website.