As for printing the logo - I must say that it is pretty tricky, as it only is only 5 layers total when printed in "hyper" setting 0,08mm with first layer 0,20mm. Your best bet could be to print the plate with the logo already attached (see above). This way the plate would stick, because of its size.
Another option is to use the flashPrint setting I used. Qidi tech I should be quiet similar to my Creator Pro. I use the blue BuildTak like stuff on my plate and ramp up the bed to 50 °C. PLA sticks to this carbon plate like mad so no need for glue.
When I print on glass I use normal water based glue stick - I only used it for PETG though.
So back to my setting - I attached the x3g file (printed in Flashforge default PLA setting hyper). You can view it with flashprint (don't print it - as it is for the creator pro). I print in both direction x-axis and y-axis. The object is tricky to get of the plate after the print. I always break one so I print two. Also use pre-extrusion of at least 80 mm to get the the stuff flowing. I use 205 °C for PLA (hot and sticky). 50 °C for the bed itself.
Also you could try scaling the object uni-dimensional in Z-axis to get a thicker object. This would help avoid breakage after the print too.
Hope this helps
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