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ICBA offers $35,000 for Indigenous logo competition

ICBA offers $35,000 for Indigenous logo competition

VANCOUVER — The search is on for an Indigenous logo for the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association (ICBA).

The group announced the competition is open to all Indigenous artists in B.C. and offers a cash prize of $35,000 to the winning designer. Artists are being asked to create a logo that reflects ICBA’s mission and vision as well as the values that guide ICBA – leadership, opportunity, and fairness.

“ICBA is committed to understanding the history, culture and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada,” said Chris Gardner, ICBA president, in a press release. “We are excited to launch this logo competition and to continue meaningful, progressive and respectful engagement with B.C.’s Indigenous communities.”

Gardner added the ICBA’s Indigenous engagement is grounded on the idea of building possibilities.

“We believe that reconciliation is achieved through real action, by providing opportunities for meaningful, successful, and long-term partnerships,” he said.

The deadline for submissions to the logo competition is Oct. 6 at 4 p.m. Pacific time. A selection panel, which is expected to be announced soon, will make recommendations for the winning submission to the ICBA board of directors. The association plans to formally announce the winning logo before the end of the year. For full contest rules and submission forms visit:

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