The Launch of Redesigned Logo of Expert Education and Visa Services Announced

Redesigned Logo of Expert Education and Visa ServicesSydney, Expert Education and Visa Services(EEVS), a specialised company dedicated to education and migration aid for international students and foreign nationals, delightfully announces the launch of its redesigned company logo.

Megha Amatya, the group MarCom Manager shared,” Since its inception, Expert Education & Visa Services has been using its existing logo. Over the past 18 years, our business has evolved globally, expanding our services to provide high-end education and migration consultation services to our clients worldwide. Our service portfolio now includes study abroad options to Australia, United Kingdom, United States, Canada and Singapore with further plans to expand to other countries. Our global presence has reached 13 countries, including South Asian, East Asian, South-East Asian and African countries. With the expansion into new territories, we have identified a need to update our logo, giving it a modern and fresh look that reflects our mission, values and excellence in the services we offer. The new logo seeks to convey this evolution.”

She further added, “Expert Education and Visa Services continue to carry ‘blue’ as its official corporate colour, demonstrating professionalism and evoking feelings of security and trust. India-based designer Amir Khan provided our new logo concept, who won AUD 1,000 Logo Design Competition money. Our design team then modified and mastered this concept to give our logo the desired look. With the new logo’s introduction, we aim to continue our personalised and efficient services with a modern touch. Our fresh logo will replace the existing one from the company’s official documents, emblem, digital and conventional marketing materials, and throughout the company’s associated entities. It will be effective from 19/03/2021. This change will be incorporated by all our 40+ offices across 13 nations worldwide. We expect the transition to be completed in one year.”

The company has requested all concerned to discontinue the use of its previous logo from now onwards and use the new logos.