If you're looking at setting yourself up as a company you should really get to grips with doing the full thing in Illustrator, allows for scalability etc. In Photoshop, you wouldn't be able upscale it very well.
As for that logo, again it comes down to scalability? It looks like there's some sort of Bevel and Emboss on the P and E? Which wouldn't be effective any smaller than that size there. Also, that background is fairly distracting.
My opinion and please don't take this the wrong way is if you are going to be offering logo design as a paid service then you should have a better understanding of logo design, in your last 2 threads you have had quite basic problems pointed out to you. I understand that it can be difficult designing your own logo but are you going to be asking all these questions for each job you get?
Ok...I have decided to scrap the strapline and just base my company on designing logos (for now). So I have gone with something clever (I think lol) and simple, however effective! PEL (Picture Element Logo) DESIGNS is my new and final name lol! The clever thing about it is the word pel is another word for pixel (apparently), so I have a play on words thing going on. I think this is the right design. Let me know what you think guys:
It's just too underdeveloped feeling, a really obvious solution on the "pixel" theme, and a theme I'm not particularly keen on for someone doing logo design, which shouldn't really be done in pixels, should be done as a vector. Pixel art can be SO good, but that's not what you're doing, you're doing graphic design, and that's more than pixel based.