My institute requires to put three logos to all presentations. How can I add more than one logo to my beamer presentation?

  • On the title page only or on every slide?
    – Martin Scharrer
    May 17 '11 at 6:29
  • On all slides optimal, but all suggestions are welcome.
    – Marcin
    May 17 '11 at 6:35

Beamer provides \logo{<logo code>} to set the logo(s). You could just add all three logos in there using three \includegraphics command (or PGF image commands). Where they are placed depends on your chosen scheme. If you want them a little larger on the title page you can insert the defined logo(s) manually \insertlogo e.g. inside a \scalebox.

The following code adds three scaled logos with one space as a separator into the right border. The default (blank) scheme puts them into the lower right corner.


\institute{Three Kings\\\scalebox{2}{\insertlogo}}



  • Tyger! Tyger! Burning bright! May 17 '11 at 9:28
  • ¡Only @Martin Scharrer's hand dare frame that fearful symmetry! May 17 '11 at 10:09

you can have several logos on the page. The question is only where they should appear. Here an example for the second one in the sidebar.

  \usebeamerfont{date in head/foot}\insertshortdate{}\hfill
  \usebeamertemplate{navigation symbols}\hfill
\setbeamertemplate{sidebar right}{}

\begin{frame}{Das Logo}
\begin{block}{Ein Beispiel mit der Umgebung \texttt{block}}
Es ist offensichtlich, dass wir hier zwei Logos auf der Folie haben.

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I needed to put three logos on the title page too.

I solved the problem in a very dummy way, but it worked! I created a .jpg with the three logos on it, so I just need to insert one picture, but that picture has three logos in it. Remember to set a proper dimension now that your picture is a rectangle and not a square anymore

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