Yes - that logo needs to be recreated (or found again) in vector
format - all these folks are correct.
I do want to throw out a trick though. It didn't work for your logo,
but you'd be surprised at how often it *does* work: reverse image
As you can see, that search is a bust: it only found one image, and
it's the same size. But sometimes you can find a much higher res
version using this method. Google Images can also reverse search, but
it's not as reliable as TinEye.
Also if it's a somewhat well-known brand, it's always worth checking
brandsofheworld.com to see if it's already available in vector.
But yeah - there's no magic wand in GIMP (or anywhere) that's going to
make that logo hi-res and look OK. It's simply too small.
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