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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 ministry previously said it would launch a competition for a replacement logo.
The new logo features a person in a colonial-style hat whose defining facial features -- and gender -- are hidden by the hat and by shadow.
After certain guesses that did little to give any reasonable explanation, he promised to find out and get back to TribuneChurch on what the symbols on the logo represented.
Starbucks pointed out that Morinaga's logo made a direct reference to Seattle, the "Birthplace of Starbucks" and famous for coffee and the cafe culture.
Should you decide to redesign your logo in the future, you'll want to work with a graphic designer or marketing firm.
A BUSINESSMAN from Shahdara, Anubhav Jain, was shocked when a fellow Mercedes driver drew his attention towards the missing chrome Jaguar logo from his car at a traffic signal.
Including existing assets owned by Logos, the company now consists of approximately 143,000 net acres and net production of approximately 46 MMcfepd, making it one of the largest oil and gas operators in the San Juan Basin.
Or so we thought, and always do when a logo of a brand we know and love changes.
OK, so there might be a trend here with using silhouettes of known historical buildings on logos, but we just can't help ourselves.
A number of its personal lines counterparts also are contemporizing their logos to stand out from the pack.
Moreover, logos may already be playing with your subconscious at a much earlier stage of your life.
Bad logos: They make graphic designers grind their teeth and potential customers turn up their noses.