In 2003 after the failure to become European City of Culture, Birmingham launched another attempt to persuade the world outside that it is a far better place than people think. Council and business leaders wanted to see the city branded as a place of diversity, dynamism, and determination. Its new trademark is the letter B, followed by the slogan, ‘Many worlds, one great city’.
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