I'm preparing a presentation using beamer.

As a prerequisite I need to include the logo of my funding scheme in each slide, preferably in the bottom left corner. The logo is just a .png image.

I know how to include graphics in my presentations, but is there an easy way to include an image in every slide in the bottom left corner (or somewhere else)?

3 Answers 3


Bottom right is easy:






And with a dirty hack, it can be moved to the left:






Surely many people come here wanting to add the logo at the top-right corner. For that, use this:


Adjust the parameters (width, hspace, vspace) accordingly.

  • This answer also changes the position of the slide title.
    – fhchl
    Commented Oct 10, 2022 at 7:20

I found out that this is the best solution:

% Method to add an item that will appear in every slide
    % \put{} defines the position of the frame
  • 2
    How can I place it on the top-right corner?
    – Echeban
    Commented Mar 6, 2020 at 13:00
  • @Echeban See my answer.
    – luchonacho
    Commented Sep 3, 2020 at 11:33

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