The thought behind the Tata 150 logo
The Tata group was set up in 1868 by Jamsetji Tata with a vision that placed the community at the core of its purpose.
Over the last 150 years, the foresight, courage and transformative impact of the group have propelled it into becoming a global powerhouse, while community continues to be at the heart of everything the group does.
The logo represents the group's vision of a brilliant tomorrow.
While the Tata logo itself symbolises the trust that the group has earned through 150 years of service, the colours represent the youthful energy and potential the group sees in the future.
150 circles in the logo create a graphic representation of a global community bound together by the ideals of the group.
While the 150 itself is slanted to indicate a forward-facing outlook.