Emirates NBD launches logo design competition for 50th anniversary
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, January 30 - 2013 at 14:37
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Emirates NBD, announced the launch of a logo design competition building up to the 50th anniversary celebrations of the bank this year.
"Emirates NBD celebrates a historic milestone this year, as we welcome the 50th year of the establishment of the bank," said Rick Pudner, Group Chief Executive Officer, Emirates NBD. "The long and eventful journey owes its success to the continued support of our clients. At Emirates NBD, we believe this is an ideal time to recognise and appreciate our customers' loyalty and commitment, by giving them an opportunity to share in our success. The logo design competition is reflective of the innovative products and services offered by the bank, and enables us to reward the creativity of our clientele."
Interested contestants can enter the competition through using an app available on the Emirates NBD Facebook page: facebook.com/EmiratesNBD. The app, which is accessible both through desktops and mobiles, has two functionalities. Users can upload a previously created logo that is representative of the 50th anniversary of Emirates NBD. Alternatively, they can actually sketch the logo design through using the app.
Emirates NBD was formed in 2007 following the merger between Emirates Bank International and National Bank of Dubai to form a banking champion, capable of delivering enhanced value across corporate, retail, Islamic and investment banking across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region. Emirates NBD is celebrating its 50th anniversary celebrations this year, based on the establishment of National Bank of Dubai - one of its constituent banks.
National Bank of Dubai can trace its origins back to 1963, as the first National bank established in the UAE by a leading group of Dubai-based merchants in order to support the growing prosperity in the emirate following the discovery of oil. Emirates Bank International, Emirates NBD's other constituent bank was first established in 1977 as Union Bank of the Middle East. It changed its name to Emirates Bank International following a merger and restructuring in 1983.
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