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Ivy Worldwide logo contest: US$2500, HP Mini, Wacom tablet

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 29-May-2009 09:03

A couple of friends in America run a marketing agency and have just renamed the company Ivy Worldwide. They are running a logo contest with some good prizes: US$ 2,500 cash, HP Mini laptop, Wacom tablet for the top three designs.

Ivy Worldwide runs some great programs bringing bloggers and tech writers together with some big companies - it was through them that I got to engage with brand names such as HP, AMD, AT&T and others.

To get going visit Ivy Worldwide to check the contest rules, and work on a cool logo design for them...


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