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Logo

A graphic or seal that is uniquely identifiable with a company or other organization. A logo may be of a certain color and contain certain text and images. A logo helps build brand recognition and eventually customer loyalty. See also: Marketing.

logo

a company name or BRAND NAME written or illustrated in a distinctive way to heighten customers' recognition of the company or product concerned. See BRAND MARK.
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The Most Expensive Logo Design Sales, Costs & Rebrands Ever along with Inexpensive recognizable logo designs range from $1,280,000,000 (Symantec Brand & Acquisition) to $210,000,000 (British Petroleum Logo & Marketing down to hundreds of thousands of dollars for the London 2012 Olympics Logo ($625,000) and the Belfast Logo Design went for $280,000 making it the top ten sale of a logo design.
Saarah's logo design conveys a futuristic and sophisticated look and feel.
The Logo design competition titled 'Create the best ever logo to celebrate Pakistan's 70th Anniversary of Independence,'.
David Taylor is the Creative Director for Element Agency, and he says he started his graphic design career with a knack in logo design. "That's what I loved to do; I loved to create these very simple symbols that represented these ideas." Taylor says Element is a brand development company, an extension of that passion.
Jack entered a logo design competition through the college and after being named creator of the winning entry he was invited to join the team.
Dubai -- World Expo 2020 held a workshop for close to 200 designers and university students from across the UAE at the future Expo 2020 site in Jebel Ali, ahead of the once-in-a-lifetime Expo 2020 Logo Design Competition that will be closing in a week's time.
"The50th anniversary logo design competition offered us with a small opportunity to engage our customers and reward them for their creativity and loyalty," said Pudner.
The tagline is integrated into the logo design and used whenever the brand logo appears -- in every marketing campaign and channel.
As the association moves forward and embraces the opportunities that social media and new digital marketing channels offer, the TLMI Board of Directors considered it a high priority to modernize and refresh the association's logo design.
The logo design was unveiled last December, and afterward the foundation contacted the city on behalf of a resident who complained about the religious imagery.
McKown told the association's National Board of State Directors at its meeting prior to the recent IIAA convention in Toronto, that recognition the logo has grown from 66 percent in 1983 to 74 percent in 1986 "due to IIAA'S advertising expenditures on national media in spite of the logo design." He said that many agents experienced some trouble when they tried to re-produce the logo in a small format.
To get young people involved , pupils from schools were invited to take part in a logo design contest.