Branding Guides

The European Union (EU) has numerous funding programmes which support projects and initiatives in various domains across the EU and beyond. SWITCH-Asia is one of them.

All beneficiaries, managing authorities and implementing partners of EU funding must use the EU emblem in their communication to acknowledge the support received under EU programmes and contribute to the visibility of the EU on the ground.

Recipients of EU funding have a general obligation to communicate and raise EU visibility. An important obligation in this context is the correct and prominent display of the EU emblem, in combination with a simple funding statement, mentioning the EU support.

The Guides below provide information and examples on the placement of the SWITCH-Asia logo, EU emblem and funding statement.


The SWITCH-Asia logo should be used to identify any joint activities or communication products developed with funding received from the EU SWITCH-Asia programme.