A new logo has been announced for the UK Games expo, with the launch of the UK Expo on February 6th.
The logo will be printed on a custom glass surface, and will be made by an Australian company called Glass Surface.
The logo will also be featured on the expo floor, where it will be the first time the company has been allowed to use a logo for the event.
The new logo will take up 12 square metres of space at the expos floor, and is due to go on sale to the public in April.
“We’re very excited about the new logo and hope that it will become a symbol of our country’s achievements at the Games,” said UK Games director of communications, Alex Clark.
“This is the first new logo for Expo 2017 that we’ve seen in quite some time, and we’re looking forward to seeing what people make of it.”
The Expo will be held in Brighton, a city renowned for its glass and glass tech.
The UK Games have always been an important event for the city, as it hosts the Olympics and the Paralympics.
It has also hosted the Games’ opening ceremony and the Closing Ceremony, and it hosts a number of major sporting events including the 2020 Winter Olympics and 2018 Summer Olympics.
In 2017, the UK Olympic Association (UKOAA) unveiled plans to relocate the Games to London, with some local venues in the city looking to host the games in 2024.
The move would cost £6.8bn ($8.9bn) and involve the closure of venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Wembley Stadium, Covent Garden, Wembley Arena and Wembley Arena Stadium.
The UKOAA also announced plans for the 2020 Summer Olympics to take place in London.
The event is expected to cost more than £100bn ($137bn) but has already been cancelled.
The expo is scheduled to run from February 6 to 15, with events scheduled for February 17 and 18, which will be hosted by the BBC.