Rs 5 Lakh competition for customers to design Vivo’s ‘Make in India’ logo

NEW DELHI: Smartphone brand Vivo today announced the ‘Design Vivo’s Make in India logo’ contest, where consumers and fans can submit their designs for a chance to win Rs 5 Lakhs. Vivo is celebrating it’s 5 year anniversary in India, and as part of this celebration the smartphone manufacturer is inviting customers to design a new logo that showcases its focus on manufacturing in the Indian market.

Vivo India will be giving the best entry a chance to get their artwork printed on select devices and will also reward the selected entry a prize money of Rs 5,00,000 for the rights to their logo. Additionally, 10 runners-up will get the chance to get their design promoted on the company’s social media handles and receive Vivo devices.

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Participants can submit entries starting today till 23rd November, 2019. The winners will be selected by Vivo India’s creative team and select designers from Talenthouse.

For more details or to participate in the contest, click here. All entries are to be emailed to

Commenting on the contest, Nipun Marya, Director-Brand Strategy of Vivo India, said, “We at Vivo have been wholly aligned with the ‘Make in India’ initiative from day one. As we celebrate our 5 year journey in India, we have planned this contest to give our fans a chance to participate in our 5 year celebration. We are confident of getting some great entries from the immensely talented designers in the country and I wish everyone all the best for their entry.”

Vivo has recently announced an additional investment of Rs 3,500 crore in its upcoming manufacturing facility in India, bringing the brand’s total investment in India for manufacturing devices to Rs 7,500 crore. Vivo says that as part of its commitment to the Indian market, all devices that are sold in India are manufactured in India.

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