Can a small and medium enterprise ever dream of having its logo on an F1 car? Yes, it can, provided it dreams big. Bengaluru-based company Sequel Logistics was decalred the winner of the Vodafone Drive into the Big League—II’, an annual initiative by Vodafone India to provide fillip to the SME sector and give them a money-can’t-buy-experience of having its company logo on the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes cars during the F1 race in Greater Noida.
S.Rajkumar, COO and Director, Sequel Logistics, saw his company’s logo being unveiled on the car in the presence of Naveen Chopra, Director, Vodafone Business Services and Vodafone McLaren Mercedes racing champion Lewis Hamilton.
“This is an incredible moment and I am speechless. I am grateful to Vodafone for creating this wonderful platform for enabling SMEs like us to gain centre stage,” said Rajkumar. The company was declared winner out of 300,000 entries from SMEs across the country.
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