If you’re not branding yourself, you can be sure others do it for you.
Our brand and trademarks are important – they represent who we are and what makes us unique. We appreciate your cooperation in ensuring the consistent and accurate representation of our brand, just as we respect our stakeholders’ identities and intellectual property.
This document guides you through the use of key aspects of our brand identity. While we have addressed the most common aspects of our identity, we appreciate there may be situations that fall outside the parameters of this guide. Similarly, the needs of our stakeholders will evolve over time. As such, this guide will be revised periodically to account for these changes.