Logo Design Contest Celebrating Vietnam-Germany 50-Year Ties Launched

The logo is to be used for the upcoming communication measures of the German Embassy and their partners as well as the Vietnamese government in 2025.
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The German Embassy in Vietnam launched a logo design contest on June 18 aimed at marking the upcoming 50th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries (1975- 2025), VOV reported.

The selected logo will be used for a myriad of events, marketing activities, websites, posters, and other purposes throughout the upcoming year as part of wider efforts to celebrate Vietnam-German diplomatic relations.

Logos should be designed with the key colors of the two countries’ flags whilst also including the number 50.

Logo Design Contest Celebrating Vietnam-Germany 50-Year Ties Launched
Ambassador Guido Hildner presented the Buddy bear drawn by artist Chu Thuy Quynh on the occasion of the 45th anniversary of Vietnam-Germany relations as a gift from the German Embassy in Hanoi to the Vietnamese-German University's new campus. Source: German Embassy Hanoi

The competition is open to professionals and amateurs, agencies, institutions, groups, or individuals aged above 18 with residence in either Vietnam or Germany. Employees and relatives of the German Embassy in Hanoi or the Vietnamese Embassy in Berlin may not take part in the competition.

The digitized form of the logo in common should be in file formats (JPG, GIF), as well as vector graphics (EPS, SVG). Contestants can send their entries to the following address: kultbot@gmail.com.

All entries must be submitted to the judging panel by August 15.

The winner will receive a cash prize of VND 20 million (about USD 780) and a return flight ticket between Vietnam and Germany. The second and third prizes will be awarded VND 10 million (about USD 390) and VND 5 million (USD 196), respectively.

Vietnam and Germany established diplomatic relations on September 23, 1975. During Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit to Vietnam in October 2011, bilateral ties were upgraded to a strategic partnership. Since then, the friendship and cooperation between the two countries have developed steadily, becoming more extensive, effective, and comprehensive.

Germany remains Vietnam’s biggest trade partner in the EU and one of the largest EU investors in the country, with bilateral trade exceeding USD 11 billion last year. Germany also ranks 18th out of the 143 countries and territories investing in Vietnam.

Vietnam is also one of Germany’s biggest trade partners in ASEAN and fifth in Asia.

About 7,000 Vietnamese students are studying in Germany. The Vietnamese-German University project, supported by the German government and the state of Hessen, has trained high-quality human resources for Vietnam. Meanwhile, 200,000 Vietnamese people in Germany have made practical contributions to Germany’s socio-economic development and bilateral relations.

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