The SATRA logo: a valuable asset
The ‘Member of SATRA’ logo is a strong international symbol reserved for companies that are entitled to use it.
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SATRA member organisations are part of a dynamic community. The ‘Member of SATRA’ logo is recognised and respected around the world as an indication that a company which is entitled to display this sign takes pride in the quality of its work processes and products.
Member companies are encouraged to use the Member of SATRA logo on their websites, letterheads, business cards and advertisements, as well as in social media. However, the logo is an integral part of our corporate identity, so it is essential that SATRA’s guidelines on how this graphic is used are followed explicitly. Design guidelines are set out in the members only area of the SATRA website under ‘SATRA member logo download’.
Print- and screen-resolution versions of the logo are provided for members to download. Both of these files have transparent backgrounds to enable placement in most designs. Generally, the vector postscript (EPS) file should be used for print projects. Not all software packages will recognise this format, but professional designers and printers will require this file. The screen-resolution (PNG) file should be used for digital projects such as websites, presentations and word processing applications. The PNG file should not be enlarged, as pixelation will occur. Neither the logo as a whole, or its component parts should be distorted or reproportioned in any way. If you require files of a specific size or format, please contact us.
SATRA offers adhesive prints of the logo for your display stands and company reception areas. Again, contact us (via email@example.com) if you need a supply of these prints, or more advice on use of the Member of SATRA logo. SATRA Gold and Silver Members can also obtain the appropriate stickers and digital logo files on request.
How can we help?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on downloading ‘Member of SATRA’ logos.
This article was originally published on page 38 of the December 2021 issue of SATRA Bulletin.