Logo design contest for Ivy Worldwide Marketing Company


drawingYou may have heard of Buzz Corps. They are the marketing firm that allowed The Gadgeteer to be part of some really nice contests in the past two years. Remember the HP Magic Giveaway and the 31 Days of the Dragon? Well, Buzz Corps is evolving and is changing their name to Ivy Worldwide. To go along with the name change, they are also looking for a logo and are holding a contest to find one. $2500 goes to the grand prize winner, so go check it out.

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  • logo designers May 29, 2009, 7:25 pm

    A 2500.00 contest should bring alot of good designs

  • sushrukh May 30, 2009, 9:54 am

    So, exactly, what we need to do Julie ?

    • Julie May 30, 2009, 10:22 am

      @sushrukh Go to the Ivy Worldwide site (http://www.ivyworldwide.com/ )for more info on their contest. I’m not affiliated with them, they just asked if I’d help spread the word.

  • cyberg00se May 31, 2009, 12:30 pm

    I urge all serious artists to avoid logo contests. I can make more than that working for a company who chose me based on my portfolio, and we can work together to get them a design they are truly happy with.

    I know The Gadgeteer sees no problem with them. She uses these contests herself on this and other sites, but there is a reason artists come away from these things feeling ripped off.

    Here are some of the reasons why serious artists avoid contests. Protect yourself. Don’t enter.


    • Julie May 31, 2009, 4:33 pm

      @cyberg00se The cool thing about contests is that if you don’t want to enter, you don’t have to 🙂

  • Alice June 9, 2009, 4:31 am

    There is nothing to lose from entering a competition, if your concerned about you brand or name, you can just do it under an anonymous name. Like Julie says, your not being forced to enter, if your to busy then don’t enter, but there is no reason to knock the idea.

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