ACM Name and Logo Usage
Use of ACM’s name and logo for approved events:
Sponsored or co-sponsored – at least one of the following must be satisfied:
- If a subunit is mentioned explicitly in the meeting title, it must be preceded by ACM
- ACM may appear in the technical meeting title
- Immediately adjacent to the title of the technical meeting, the ACM sponsorship role must be stated.
An ACM logo must be conspicuously displayed in all cases.
- All promotional and conference materials should display the ACM in-cooperation logo (appropriate SIG logo(s) may appear beneath the ACM in-cooperation logo.
In Cooperation Logos
- All promotional and conference materials should state that the meeting is “in-cooperation with ACM”.
Note: ACM may not appear in the name of the conference.
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