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Logitech Breaks Company Record with Nine iF DESIGN AWARDS in 2017

Logitech today announced that the company won nine prestigious iF DESIGN AWARDS for 2017. For those that don’t know, the iF DESIGN AWARDS is one of the most prestigious design competitions in the world. Held by the German design organisation, iF, the competition is held yearly since 1953, and is a one-of-a-kind opportunity  to earn a one-of-a-kind label, recognized by design aficionados the world over.

Not only is this a spectacular achievement winning one of these awards, but this year’s total is a new company record for Logitech. Equally impressive is the fact that this is the seventh consecutive year that iF, the German design organisation, has recognised Logitech. The iF DESIGN AWARDS recognised Logitech for product design across many categories, as well as brand identity and product packaging.

The 2017 awarded products and initiatives include:

On winning this prestigious award, Bracken Darrell, Logitech President and CEO said:

It’s been our mission to be respected for innovation across any category we play in, in essence, to be a Design company. Design is at the center of our product creation process, leveraging our historical and growing strength in engineering. We’re really proud of the recognition by iF and the larger design community. These iF DESIGN AWARDS are a terrific honour, one we will try to live up to by putting design at the center of everything we do.

The iF DESIGN AWARDS honour products based on criteria such as innovation and elaboration, functionality, aesthetics, responsibility and positioning. Recognised as a symbol of design excellence around the world, the iF DESIGN AWARDS are judged by 60 experts from more than 20 countries.

On behalf of everyone here at Game Arena, congratulations to Logitech on this amazing achievement.

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