Copyright Statement

The use of the 'Academy of International Business' name, AIB acronym, AIB's logos, and their likenesses is expressly prohibited unless consent is given by the Executive Secretariat. The AIB Executive Secretariat can be contacted at

Acceptable Use of AIB Trademarks

The organization should be referred to as the Academy of International Business or by its acronym, AIB.

Its registered or unregistered names, publications, titles, trade and service marks, logos, designs and other identifications are owned by the Academy of International Business and can only be used to AIB's benefit. Their use by any other organization or individual is strictly prohibited, unless specifical authorization is received, in writing, from the AIB Secretariat.

When textually representing AIB, the initials shall be all uppercase, as has been done in this document, or using the full name typed out completely as: Academy of International Business. Use of the initials in lowercase outside of the logo itself is strictly forbidden.

Acceptable Use of the AIB Logo

Any use of the AIB (Academy of International Business) logos, for all media including but not limited to both print and screen (computer screen), must abide by these guidelines to ensure a consistent and unified presentation of the AIB logo, name, and brand.

The use of any logos found on this website, including but not limited to the AIB logos below, is limited to official AIB related business only. Their use by any other organization or individual is strictly prohibited, unless specifical authorization is received, in writing, from the AIB Secretariat.

The logo may only be scaled proportionally to fit the purpose of the publication (print, web/screen, or otherwise) and never skewed horizontally or vertically so as to distort the original look of the logo. If a logo is to be used it shall never be used in a size that would prevent the legibility of the three lowercased letters ('aib') in the logo. The logo must be used in its entirety, and cannot be cropped or dissected in any way.

Color Palette

CMYK
strictly for print use in applications such as magazines, flyers, brochures, and the like.
RGB
strictly for screen use in applications such as web pages, power point presentations, and others.

File Format

.eps
In vector-based format, this is the best quality file format we offer. It can be used for both print and screen applications.
.tif
High quality bitmap file good for both screen and print applications.
.jpg
Small size graphics file for web production and screen usage.

Logo Dimensions

The logos below are provided in three dimensions: large, medium, and small. For optimal balance between quality and file size, please use the table below to identify which dimension you should download based on your specific needs.

  Print Screen
Large 6.91in x 6.75in 750px x 729px
Medium 5in x 4.883in 375px x 365px
Small 3in x 2.93in 188px x 183px

Logo Downloads

fullcolor logo

fullcolor logo

Full color logo: This is the original and preferred AIB logo and should be used to represent AIB whenever possible.

CMYK RGB
Vector .zip .zip
Large TIFF .zip .png
Medium TIFF .zip .png
Small TIFF.zip .png
grayscale logo

grayscale logo

Grayscale logo: If color printing is not an option, this logo can be used in black and white applications to represent AIB.

CMYK RGB
Vector .zip .zip
Large TIFF .zip .png
Medium TIFF .zip .png
Small TIFF.zip .png
twocolor logo

twocolor logo

Two-color logo: This simplified, two color logo should only be used in silk-screen applications, where complexity and color count are limiting considerations.

CMYK RGB
Vector .zip .zip
Large TIFF .zip .png
Medium TIFF .zip .png
Small TIFF.zip .png
onecolor logo

onecolor logo

One-color logo: This logo should only be used in silk-screen applications, where complexity and color count are limiting considerations.

CMYK RGB
Vector .zip .zip
Large TIFF .zip .png
Medium TIFF .zip .png
Small TIFF.zip .png

Chapter Logos

Chapters in Asia and the Pacific

Chapters in Europe

Chapters in the Middle East and Africa

Chapters in the Americas