IEC Style Guide – EN

This Guide is aimed to help anyone writing content to harmonize the appearance of text in all documents intended for outside audiences, including for IEC websites. (Exceptions: International Standards and similar publications).

NC infopack

We encourage you to include content about the IEC on your website and in your documentation. Please order your National Committee stationery and visit cards and use them whenever you have official IEC NC business to contact. Experts from your country may also display the IEC logo on their visit card.

The IEC brand can be an important ally for you. By more prominently displaying IEC brand you are in a better position to defend your income from IEC International Standards and you help us defend the IEC brand.

Presentation: IEC presentation template

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Tools: IEC Officers official portraits and biographies

The Officers of the IEC are individuals elected or appointed by Council. All of the IEC Officers can be contacted via IEC Central Office.

Names and short biographies can be downloaded (word document), as well as official portraits.


Brochure: Making the business case – EN

This brochure presents a summary of resources that allow experts to make the business case for active participation in the IEC inside of their company. It contains useful templates for writing a business case and reporting internally on contributions to the standardization process.

It is the companion to the IEC webpage dedicated to making the business case, which also contains presentations and other useful tools.

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Tools: Making the Business Case

Overview of tools and templates to:

Make the business case – allows experts to build a concise document to demonstrate why their participation in the IEC provides important business advantages

Get recognition for accomplished work – allows experts to report their contribution to standardization work and explains who should hear about it internally.

Formalize your job – allows experts to document the know-how and skills needed to influence standardization work.