International Medical Group Unveils New Logo and Branding

 

PR Newswire, INDIANAPOLIS (Dec. 1, 2016) — International Medical Group® (IMG®), a leader in global benefits and assistance services, today announced the company’s new corporate branding and logo.

“After more than 25 years as a leader in the industry, it was time to refresh our brand identity,” said IMG President and CEO Todd A. Hancock. “The new logo reflects IMG’s focus on providing a foundation of security, health and well-being for our members while they’re away from home.”

IMG’s constituents — members, intermediaries, partners and employees — are represented by the logo’s four inverted angles. These angles are symbolic of a flock of Arctic terns, birds whose annual migration is the longest of any animal in the world.

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A symbol of global mobility, the Arctic tern signifies the passage associated with traveling, working and living internationally.  A more vibrant color palette complements the new logo, bringing to life the bright future ahead for IMG, and the world of opportunities the company provides.

 

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In its entirety, IMG’s new logo serves as a visual representation of the company’s mission to protect and enhance the health and well-being of its constituents. The company will continue to operate under this mantra, with the goal of providing Global Peace of Mind® to its members.

About International Medical Group
International Medical Group® (IMG®), an award-winning provider of global insurance benefits and assistance services for more than 25 years, enables its members to worry less and experience more by delivering the protection they need, backed by the support they deserve. IMG offers a full line of international medical insurance products, as well as trip cancellation programs, stop loss insurance, medical management services and 24/7 emergency medical and travel assistance — all designed to provide members Global Peace of Mind® while they’re away from home.
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