en première ligne en deuxième ligne

English translation: first, second

11:02 Jan 21, 2018
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
Marketing - Marketing / Market Research / Brochure/powerpoint
French term or phrase: en première ligne en deuxième ligne
Hello all,

I am translating a marketing document containing information on how the company will advertise its partner's services its brochures and powerpoints (French (France) to English (UK). There are 2 separate but related terms that I would dearly love your advice on:
en première ligne and en deuxième ligne.

The phrases are as follows:

X insérera votre logo en première ligne de notre plaquette de présentation.

X insérera votre logo en deuxième ligne de notre plaquette de présentation.

First line and second line don't make sense to me in this context, but maybe I am overcomplicating matters for myself!
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Have a lovely Sunday!
Christina McGown
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:29
English translation:first, second
Explanation:
I.e. your logo will be displayed first/second. Presumably, this brochure will feature the logos of various companies, and the top position is up for grabs.
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Julia Burgess
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:29
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en première ligne, en deuxième ligne
first, second


Explanation:
I.e. your logo will be displayed first/second. Presumably, this brochure will feature the logos of various companies, and the top position is up for grabs.

Julia Burgess
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:29
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4
Notes to answerer
Asker: Hi Julia. I feel like this was such an obvious answer, staring me straight in the face! Thank you for your help with this. Have a lovely Sunday!


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agree  writeaway: yes, the context makes this clear as a bell.
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