You need to know that some symbols or logos that you often see every day, wherever they are, turn out to be some that can cost up to millions of dollars. The fame of a company and what it produces is what makes these logos so expensive. Not to mention when the logos want to be replaced, a company requires large funds to replace the new logo.
Well, on this occasion I have summarized the 5 most expensive company logos in the world. Here are the five logos.
7. Australia and New Zealand Banking Group - 15 million dollars
ANZ Bank is the fourth-largest bank in Australia, after Commonwealth Bank, Westpac Banking Corporation and National Australia Bank. This bank was founded in 1835.
6. Posten Norge - 55 million dollars
Posten Norge or Norway Post is the name of a Norwegian postal service institution that was founded in 1647. The company has four divisions: Postal, Logistics, Distribution and Networks ErgoGroup AS specializing in electronic services and outsourcing. Posten Norge is owned by the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications, which handles mail distribution throughout the country.
5. Accenture - 100 million dollars
Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing firm based in Ireland. This company is called the largest consulting firm in the world when measured by revenue. To date, Accenture has served clients in more than 120 countries. Currently, Accenture's total assets are recorded at 16.87 billion dollars.
4. BP - 211 million dollars
BP (formerly British Petroleum) is a London-based petroleum company, and is among the four largest oil companies in the world (alongside Shell, ExxonMobil and Total).
In December 1998, BP merged with the American Oil Company (Amoco), forming "BP Amoco". However, this move is generally viewed as a purchase of Amoco by BP, only to be described officially as a merger for legal reasons. After a year of operating together, they merged many operations and the name "Amoco" was removed from the company name.
3. Symantec - 1.28 billion dollars
Symantec Corporation is a multinational company from the United States that produces various kinds of software. The company was founded in 1982, and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.
The company operates in more than 40 countries. Symantec is recognized as a global leader in security, backup and availability solutions. One of its famous products is Norton (Antivirus & Internet Security)
2. Pepsi - 1 million dollars
Pepsi (formerly Pepsi-Cola) is a soft drink brand produced by PepsiCo and sold worldwide through shops, restaurants, and vending machines. This drink is Coca-Cola's biggest rival. Pepsi was first created on August 28, 1898, by a pharmacist named Caleb Bradham, and became a trademark on June 16, 1903.
Pepsi is produced by PT. Pepsi-Cola Indobeverages. The factory is located in Purwakarta, West Java. The company is a joint-venture between PepsiCo in the United States and Indofood CBP Sukses Makmur Indonesia. Currently PT. Pepsi-Cola Indobeverages produces Pepsi, 7 Up, Mirinda, Gatorade, Tropicana Twister, Tehkita and Fruitamin.
1. BBC - 1.8 million dollars
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a British broadcasting company formed in 1927. The BBC's television services in Britain include BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three, BBC Four, the news channel BBC News and two children's channels, CBBC. Channels and CBeebies.
BBC One and Two can be received with analog transmission, while the rest digital. The BBC also maintains a station devoted to politics called BBC Parliament, which provides news for the British Parliament, Scotland, the European Parliament and the United States Senate. BBC operations are run by BBC Worldwide including its international television channels such as BBC World News, BBC Prime, BBC America, BBC Canada and BBC Japan.