Branding, Social Media & Partnering with the Hub
Representing your Membership on LinkedIn
As a member of the Change Community Hub we encourage you to add your membership to your LinkedIn profile and you can do this in a number of ways:
- Add the Change Community Hub Membership as a role in your ‘Experience’ section and include the Hub outline in the description:
The Hub is all about the community. A central spot for all change management professionals and those interested in the industry to Engage, Evolve and Energise!
Join us today to find a place like no other - a hub where you’ll find what you need and a community where you belong. The Change Community Hub … Engage, Evolve, Energise.
- Alternatively you might wish to list the Change Community Hub on your volunteer experience!
A super simple branding guide
This is our logo
The teal C stands for Change.
The yellow C for Community.
The red icon is a H for Hub, represented by two people holding hands - isn’t it lovely?
See these guys here?
This is how much white space you should have around our logo.
You will be also be able to use the Change Community Hub Logo when you are speaking at events, presenting your work (you might be presenting a paper you’ve worked on with Hub colleagues!) or you might like to share and promote the Hub.
Please check out our style guide so you know the best way to add the logo to your publications if you wish, and we will also be providing some guidance on appropriate images to accompany your articles as you submit them to the site.
A huge shout out to Peter Phan from Flimp Studios! We've lost count of the hours Pete has put in to creating the awesome look and feel for the Hub...and did you see the kick ass branding guide? The volunteer version is a fully interactive PDF that Flimp Studios are renowned for. Thanks for helping us look our best Pete!
Partnering with the Hub
Online payment fees
We're slowly starting to introduce paid offerings through the Hub. This means that we are able to accept payments for events for people who would like for the Hub to manage the event registration process rather than using a third party.
Accepting online payments is easy but it does have a cost from the gateway provide. We use Stripe and will introduce PayPal as increase the volume of paid offerings. While we know that PayPal is a better known gateway for online payments, it charges higher transaction rates and a $25 monthly fee.
Once we transition to a not-for-profit legal entity, there are small discounts in fees available, however, there is still a charge that would look to cover for people wanting to manage their event registration through the Hub.