MAHINDRA UNVEILS ‘NEW VISUAL IDENTITY’
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Srinagar, Jan 18: USD 15.9 billion Mahindra Group, one of the India’s leading business houses, today launched a fresh new visual identity to be reflected across all its businesses globally.
“The Mahindra Group has grown exponentially over the past decade, with businesses covering a wide range of industries. Hence, we felt the need to refresh our visual identity to better reflect a Mahindra that has evolved over the years and is ready to take on future challenges,” said Anand Mahindra, Chairman, Mahindra Group, while commenting on the new brand identity.
“Continuity and change have both been integral parts of Mahindra’s growth story. Continuity has given us strength, stability and roots, while our desire for change has driven our growth and enabled us to thrive. Our new word mark clearly reflects both these attributes and is in sync with our Group aspiration which is to become one of the top 50 most admired global brands within a decade,” he said
“The new word mark and other elements of our refreshed visual identity have been adopted after extensive research and feedback. We wanted a word mark which would reflect the evolving nature of our organisation, our global outlook and progressive management style. In short, it should reflect the ‘core’ of Mahindra,” said S P Shukla, President – Group Strategy and Chief Brand Officer, Mahindra Group and Member of the Group Executive Board.
He added: “We also had to ensure that it would have universal appeal across consumer and business segments in urban and rural areas, as well as overseas. We have tried to create a modern futuristic feel, while retaining the dependability, reliability and warmth associated with the Mahindra brand.”
Notably the Mahindra logo now sports a new, hand drawn word mark which builds on the Group’s heritage while infusing modernity and dynamism into the brand, the company in a statement said.
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