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A global brand 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

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Brand overview Visual toolkit overview Wall Street English brand values Brand philosophy

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Wall Street English Master logo Wall Street English Master logo / Positive and negative Wall Street English Master logo / Monochrome Wall Street English Master logo / B&W Wall Street English Secondary logo / Positive and negative Wall Street English Secondary logo / Monochrome Wall Street English Secondary logo / B&W Arabic logos Proportion & exclusion zones Logo misuse Logo minimum size

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Logo 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 4.10 4.11

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A global brand One world, one strategy One world, one brand identity One world, one brand style

Brand identity 5.1 Logomania 5.2 Colour palette 5.3 Pantone Coated and Uncoated 5.4 Colour proportions 5.5 Typeface introduction 5.6 Standard font for internal communication and emails 5.7 Wall Street English typeface 5.8 Typeface weights 5.9 Typographic layout

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The "Door" The "Door" / Positive and negative The "Door" on coloured background The images Incorrect use Proportion & exclusion zones

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Product marketing & communication 8.1 Key graphics & icons 8.2 Stationery 8.3 PPT template 8.4 Digital signature 8.5 T–shirts 8.6 Pencil 8.7 Bag 8.8 Sticker 8.9 Cup

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Using the corporate brand identity 7.1

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Wall Street English co—branding and partnerships 9.1 9.2

Wall Street English in partnerships Pearson co–branding

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• For guidelines around center design and signage please refer to Center Design and Signage • For Digital guidelines please refer to the Digital Manual

All guidelines contained in the Wall Street English Brand Guidelines manual must be followed. At no time can the files that are featured in this book be altered. At no time can the Wall Street English logo be altered from what is presented in these Brand Guidelines. Complying with the brand book guidelines is an essential aspect of our business and of being part of the Wall Street English network.

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Being a global brand means being cosistently recognized throughout the world. — A global brand creates its own world — a world with a recognizable design, with a specific vision, with a shared philosophy and with a unique experience. — In the following pages, we have formalized our identity – the personality, the mood, the soul and the unique style of the Wall Street English world.

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Our global brand is an inspired, innovative and universal vision. It is a change in style that draws strength and meaning from our history and our vision of the future. For over 40 years, Wall Street English has been on the leading edge of language education and has helped people around the world learn English. We help people change their future. We help people turn their dreams into reality. — Our new identity captures our vision and interprets it with distinctive new character traits creating a new graphic mood.

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These guidelines represent the Wall Street English brand DNA and personal identity. They are a set of principles to help us present ourselves clearly, consistently, and with a vivid sense of our personality and purpose. — A global brand has a strong identity and a strong voice that set it apart from the competition. It requires unique look & feel that carries the same message across all territories in the world. These guidelines are the voice of Wall Street English.

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One world, one strategy.

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• Create the most recognized global name in English language learning. • Become the leader in every market in which we operate. • Continue to build our premium, allowing us to justify our premium price point over our competitors, based on the quality of our products, our service and the Wall Street English experience. • Expand and evolve our range of products and services to meet the needs of our students today and in the future. • Aim to build and maintain a lifelong relationship with every student we teach. • Leverage the benefits of Pearson as our parent, and fully play our part as a member of the global Pearson family. PR-06-D1-V5

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The new brand identity takes an evolutionary but significant step forward for Wall Street English by updating the type style and adding a new "Door" device based on the concept of a speech bubble. The ‘Wall Street English’ calligraphy type style builds on the existing brand identity, but freshens and modernizes it. The addition of the "Door" device provides a universal symbol that represents what we do: We help students learn English, allowing them to open doors to a future full of possibilities.

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• All communication materials no longer exist only on paper. They must adapt fluidly to all new media and be equally effectively on all devices. • The colours in the Wall Street English corporate palette can be used in the various possible combinations. • Our new mood expresses our leadership, which is conveyed through strong visuals and strong messages. • The graphic style will allow us to give a creative, meaningful and above all consistent treatment to all types of communications and materials.

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Our brand values determine who we are and how we should act as an organization. And at Wall Street English we lead, we innovate and we always act responsibly; we are personal, we nurture, and we inspire. When it comes to presenting ourselves to the outside world, we need to express not just what we do but who we are as a brand to our customer and prospects. We do this in two ways: through our visual identity – our logo, colors and campaign images – and through our verbal identity, in the way we talk to people through our various communication materials. And when it comes to talking, it’s not just about what we say, but the way we say it. This is our tone of voice. Tone of voice — noun a particular quality, way of sounding, modulation, or intonation of the voice as expressive of some meaning, feeling, spirit, etc. PR-06-D1-V5

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Whenever we communicate on behalf of Wall Street English it should be in the Wall Street English tone of voice. Tone of voice is an attitude, a personality, not just vocabulary; therefore it should be flexible for the wide range of audiences we speak to. Of course, the messages will change depending on the campaign and the target audience – obviously we do not speak to government officials in the same way that we speak to our students – but the personality behind those messages should be consistent throughout all communication, touchpoints, and materials. Think about how we as individuals adapt the way we speak, depending on whether we are speaking to friends and colleagues, or the bank manager – we may use different language; we may also have a different emotion; but we cannot change our personality. 16

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This document has been prepared to give direction on how to speak as Wall Street English and communicate in the Wall Street English way, by defining the mood and attitude of our brand language. If you have any questions regarding any of the guidance presented here, please contact Natalija Prokopovitsj at natalijap@wallstreetinstitute.com “The tone we use illustrates we care.� Nina Purdey Service Operations Director Wall Street English

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Communicating in the Wall Street English tone of voice is not optional. It is mandatory. It has to be. It’s no good claiming, for example, that we’re approachable if our language is not. If we are to succeed in our goal to establish Wall Street English as the world’s leading brand in English language learning, then it is essential that we share a recognizable tone of voice. By writing, or speaking, in a particular way, what we say becomes more convincing, and more engaging. The more consistent we are, the more likely that people will understand what makes our brand unique.

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“In the English language, it all comes down to this: Twenty-six letters, when combined correctly, can create magic.� John Grogan Journalist and writer

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When thinking about the best way to talk to someone, it can be helpful to start by thinking about who we are. If Wall Street English was a person, what sort of person would we be, and how might this shape the way we speak? Confident – but not domineering We are experts in the field of English language learning. We are intelligent with the authority and credibility to inspire. We can take pride in the things we achieve and celebrate our students’ successes. We know what we are talking about. But we are not arrogant, domineering, or patronizing. Approachable – but not overly familiar We are personal, accessible, friendly, and inclusive. We are warm and welcoming to everyone who comes to us for help to 20

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succeed with their English language goals. But we are not so relaxed that we are perceived as unprofessional. Educational – but not overly institutional We are a modern, international campus of learning. And, underpinning our learning syllabus, we want our students to treat us as a hub from which they can develop life experiences and personal relationships. But we are not a stuffy old university. Proud of our heritage – but not stuck in the past We are proud of over 40 years’ experience of delivering trusted English language education. But we do not dwell on past achievements – we are always looking to what we can help our students achieve now, and how PR-06-D1-V5

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we can help those students who are yet to walk through our door. “I notice that you use plain, simple language, short words and brief sentences. That is the way to write English – it is the modern way and the best way.” Mark Twain Writer

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All organizations must be able to communicate clearly. And for Wall Street English – a brand that wants to be known as the premier provider of English language learning – it is even more important. We must speak and write clearly so that our language is as easy as possible to understand. Break up long sentences with punctuation. Or, even better, keep them short. It is tempting to use complicated language as a shortcut to sounding intelligent, or to use corporate jargon because we think other business people will take us more seriously if we do. We want to break down barriers of language, not build them up. Because if people cannot understand us, why would they trust us to help them be understood? PR-06-D1-V5

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Our writing style should reflect our brand personality. DO… • Use the first person, and address your audience directly, wherever possible, e.g. ‘we’ or ‘you’ rather than ‘the organization’ or ‘students’. • Use short sentences that are simple and easy to understand. Every word should have a purpose. If it doesn’t, then it’s just padding. • Consider who you are talking to. At Wall Street English we talk to a variety of audiences, both external and internal, from students and prospects to partners in PR, Media organizations and government. Different audiences will require different messages, but it is important to use the same tone of voice. This will ensure we stay consistent in our personality and appear 24

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credible and authentic. • Read out loud everything that you write. It should be a conversation between two people. • Explain the benefits of our courses, rather than just describe our services. • Pay careful attention to correct spelling and punctuation (crucial for an English language organization). DON’T… • Use long formal words unless absolutely necessary for the audience. • Use business jargon (this is not to say we cannot use business-related terminology, which may help reassure our professional customers of our expertise), e.g. we contact people, we don’t ‘touch base’ with them. • Use acronyms without explaining what the acronym means when you first use it.

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3.1 Brand overview

The Wall Street English identity has been designed to represent the way we interact with our students. It offers a human touch, and can be tailored to give it reach different audiences around the world.

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3.2 Visual toolkit overview There are six key elements that make up the new Wall Street English visual identity: logo, logomania, colour palette, typeface, "Door" device and icons.

Logos (please see page 24 for more details)

Logomania (please see page 52 for more details)

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Typography (please see page 64 for more details)

Avenir Next "Door" device (please see page 78 for more details)

Icon style (please see page 110 for more details)

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3.3 Wall Street English brand values Our brand values have always been the drivers of Wall Street English and they now live and grow stronger in a new brand image which is projected, as always, into the future.

Leaders— We are leaders not followers. Innovators— We will always be at least a step ahead. Responsible— We always act responsibly towards our people, our customers and our community. 30

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Personal— We help individuals not crowds. Nurturing— We care passionately, and it shows. Inspiring— We want everyone to find their best and achieve their goals.

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Throughout the world hundreds of people choose Wall Street English every day, and open the door to a future full of opportunities. The Wall Street English rebranding represents a global change that reflects the "Always Learning" philosophy shared by all the members of the Pearson family. — Our new brand identity takes an evolutionary but significant step forward updating the type style and adding a new visual element – the speech bubble. — The "Wall Street English" typography is built on the existing brand identity, but freshens and modernizes it. Together with the "Door" device it provides a universal symbol of who we are and what we do: We open doors for our students by teaching them to speak English. This is a clear visual representation of 32

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our core brand idea and promise: Change Your Future with Wall Street English. The "Door" device is based on the universal symbol of the speech bubble, which makes it an appropriate global brand for us. This device is also globally adaptable to individual country needs as it allows localization (through the addition of photography in the symbol) without ever disrupting our common global branding. The extra visual element of adding photography in the "Door" as outlined in this brand book helps futureproof the brand because it can change from application to application, be static as a signage or in print materials, or dynamic in digital applications.

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The logo is made up primarily of two blocks: logo and lettering. The pen strokes are fresh, rounded and geometrically imperfect to give the logo a "human" feel. The colours recall the Union Jack and therefore the English language. When presented with a speech bubble that opens in perspective to form a door to the world, you can't help but think about the opportunities offered by the English language – about the doors that are opened and the opportunities to connect with different cultures. — Wall Street English opens itself to the world and unifies the world under a single language.

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4.1 Wall Street English Master logo The Master logo is the official Wall Street English logo. It appears on a WHITE background in the positive version and on a WSE BLUE background in the negative version. This is the standard and prefered logo to be used. Only in specific cases is it possible to use the Monochrome logo (please see page 30 for more details) or the B&W logo (please see page 32 for more details).

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4.2 Wall Street English Master logo / Positive You are advised to always use the positive version of the Master logo on a WHITE background in order to leave the contrast between the marks unchanged. Only in exceptional cases, and only with pre—approval from the WSE International Marketing Team, can the logo be positioned on a differently coloured background.

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4.2 Wall Street English Master logo / Negative You are advised always to use the negative version of the Master logo on a WSE BLUE background in order to leave the contrast between the marks unchanged. Only in exceptional cases, and only with pre—approval from the WSE International Marketing Team, can the logo be positioned on a differently coloured background.

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4.3 Wall Street English Master logo / Monochrome This is an outline version of the Master logo. As this version has only one colour, it is suitable for use with the entire Wall Street English colour palette and also in exceptional cases when the background does not use one of our range of colours. You are advised to use the WSE BLUE outline when the background colour is light and the WHITE outline when the background colour is dark. In some cases the background colour may permit either the WSE BLUE or the WHITE outline, as shown on the next page.

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4.4 Wall Street English Master logo / B&W This is a black and white version of the Master logo in which the colours have been converted into grey scale, with WSE BLUE becoming 100% black and WSE RED 50% black. This version has been created for fax sheets and black & white print–outs.

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The B&W Wall Street English logo can only be used for facsimiles and B&W printers.

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4.5 Wall Street English Secondary logo / Positive The Secondary logo is the alternative version of the Master logo. It is used in exceptional cases when, for example, we have to apply the logo to a very large format and for purely aesthetic reasons it has been decided to use this version. You are advised always to use the positive version on a WHITE background in order to leave the contrast between the marks unchanged. Only in exceptional cases, and only with pre—approval from the WSE International Marketing Team, can the logo be positioned on a differently coloured background.

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4.5 Wall Street English Secondary logo / Negative The Secondary logo is the alternative version of the Master logo. It is used in exceptional cases when, for example, we have to apply the logo to a very large format and for purely aesthetic reasons it has been decided to use this version. You are advised always to use the negative version on a WSE BLUE background in order to leave the contrast between the marks unchanged. Only in exceptional cases, and only with pre—approval from the WSE International Marketing Team, can the logo be positioned on a differently coloured background.

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4.6 Wall Street English Secondary logo / Monochrome This is an outline version of the Secondary logo. As this version has only one colour, it is suitable for use with the entire Wall Street English colour palette and also in exceptional cases when the background does not use one of our range of colours. You are advised to use the WSE BLUE outline when the backgound colour is light and the WHITE outline when the background colour is dark. In some cases the background colour may permit either the WSE BLUE or the WHITE outline, as shown on the next page.

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The B&W Wall Street English logo can only be used for facsimiles and B&W printers.

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4.9 Proportion & exclusion zones / Master logo The logo has been designed to present a clear relationship between all elements. The reference measurement, X, is the width of the "Door". The lettering and exclusion zone are based on X. It is important to keep these proportions correct because they give a sense of consistency to the logo as a whole. It is absolutely prohibited to modify the proportions of the logo.

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4.9 Proportion & exclusion zones / Secondary logo Exclusion zone To ensure that the Wall Street English logo is always clear and unobstructed, it is important to provide an area of clear space around it. The minimum exclusion zone is shown here. The exclusion zone cannot be reduced but can be increased. No other object should appear within the exclusion zone at any time. This will maintain consistency across communications as well as preventing any cropping errors when items are printed.

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Do not change any colours or invert the colour on the "Door"

Do not add transparency

Do not change the typography

Do not move individual parts

Do not use mirror images of the "Door"

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Do not change any colours or invert the colour on the "Door"

Do not add transparency

Do not change the typography

Do not move individual parts

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The Wall Street English logo should always be legible and must never lose its shape when reduced to a small size.

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4.11 Logo minimum size Print based The Master logo should always be legible and must never lose its shape when reduced to a smaller size. In print, the logo can be used with a minimum width of 15 mm. The Secondary logo can be reduced to a minimum width of 27 mm. Screen based For use on websites and screen–based reproduction, the Master logo should not be smaller than 65 pixels wide. The Secondary logo should not be smaller than 128 pixels. For minimum size of the digital logo please refer to the internal digital guidelines.

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27 mm

Master logo Prints no smaller than 15 mm

Secondary logo Prints no smaller than 27 mm

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5.1 Logomania Positive version The Wall Street English logomania is an element that forms part of the brand identity and is used for promotional materials, give–aways, events and other brand communications. It has a modular quadratic structure with the words Wall Street English and can be used on all types of surfaces. The monochrome versions are recommended to be used on transparent surfaces.

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5.1 Logomania Negative version The negative version should be used when the background is WSE BLUE. In contrast to the positive version, WSE BLUE becomes WHITE.

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5.2 Colour palette The colours chosen to communicate our brand reflect a tone which gives our communications a “human touch” that is simple but engaging. They represent a fresh, relaxing chromatic mood that is uplifting and full of optimism. In selecting our corporate colours, we began with those of the British flag and then chose multiple variants and incorporated other Pantone colours that draw from similar shades.

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WSE BLUE PANTONE® 540 U

WSE BLUE 75%

C 100 M 84 Y 38 K 31

C 81 M 56 Y 32 K 9

R 0 G 51 B 89

R 64 G 102 B 131

WSE BLUE 35%

C 36 M 20 Y 15 K 0

R 166 G 184 B 197

WSE RED PANTONE® Red 032 U

WSE RED 75%

WSE RED 35%

C 0 M 96 Y 81 K 0

C 0 M 78 Y 47 K 0

C 0 M 36 Y 13 K 0

R 241 G 44 B 62

R 245 G 97 B 110

R 250 G 181 B 188

WSE CYAN PANTONE® 305 U

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WSE CYAN 35%

C 54 M 0 Y 12 K 0

C 41 M 0 Y 9 K 0

C 19 M 0 Y 4 K 0

R 100 G 207 B 233

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WSE LIGHT BLUE PANTONE速 314 U

WSE LIGHT BLUE 75%

WSE LIGHT BLUE 35%

C 100 M 0 Y 20 K 10

C 75 M 0 Y 15 K 8

C 35 M 0 Y 7 K 3

R 0 G 130 B 169

R 64 G 161 B 191

R 166 G 211 B 225

WSE PEACH PANTONE速 170 U

WSE PEACH 75%

WSE PEACH 35%

C 0 M 56 Y 45 K 0

C 0 M 41 Y 31 K 0

C 0 M 18 Y 11 K 0

R 255 G 142 B 126

R 255 G 170 B 158

R 255 G 216 B 210

WSE SKIN PANTONE速 162 U

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Pantone colours are divided into coated and uncoated categories, depending on the paper they will be printed on. Coated and uncoated colours are used on coated and uncoated paper respectively. The appearance of colours with the same code may vary slightly according to the type of paper. Creating an exact four–colour equivalent of a Pantone colour is not always possible. The main reason for this is that four colours may not be enough to reproduce the Pantone colour perfectly, but also because numerous variables are involved in four– colour printing (printer used, paper used, type of toner).

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We have nevertheless identified the four窶田olour combination that is the best possible equivalent of both coated and uncoated Pantone colours. However, it must be remembered that, for the reasons already described, results may vary depending on the specific printing machine used.

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For each piece of communication that needs to be developed, a selection of colours from the primary and the secondary brand palette can be made. — The choice of colours from this palette will then form the basis for all communication and branding. — You are advised not to use any colour outside this range for graphic elements in any communication materials. This is important for brand recognition and consistency. — When building a graphical layout, whether for a web or a print page, it is necessary to take account of this graphic element and use these colours, while trying to maintain the same proportions.

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5.4 Colour proportions The graphic below gives some guidance as to the proportion of each colour that should be used. The colour proportion can be flexible and it is useful to give a general idea of what the final chromatic result should be. Feel free to be creative in using the colours but please keep in mind at all times to the readability / usability.

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5.5 Typeface introduction Why Avenir? The choice of Avenir wasn’t accidental. It is the font that best represents our brand’s philosophy and mission. It ties our brand together. The word “Avenir” in French means "future". The font, both the design and the name, is perfectly aligned with the spirit of Wall Street English, our vision, and our goal of helping students change their future. Avenir is a font with a lighter, more human and more organic visual impact. It reveals a brand attitude and has brand characteristics that reflect who we are as an organization and how we want our students to perceive us. Alternative fonts For countries which do not use Latin characters, the recommended fonts are Journal Sans for Cyrillic, (HanYi font) for ideograms, Gedinar one for the Arabic alphabet. Typography layout The different versions of the font (medium, regular, bold) can be used as preferred, but please make sure to maintain consistency. You can check a few examples from page 66.

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Avenir Next Avenir Next is our chosen font for professionally produced online and offline designed materials such as brochures, marketing collateral, advertising materials, etc. This font is only available through license. Arial Arial is our chosen font for internal communications and everyday documents generated through Word, Powerpoint, Excel, etc. Even if you have the license for Avenir Next, please use Arial in order to make sure that people can read the sent documents properly.

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Avenir Next Regular / 24 pt

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 1234567890(&)§@;:!?”/${%}»* Avenir Next Medium / 24 pt

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 1234567890(&)§@;:!?”/${%}»* Avenir Next Demi / 24 pt

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 1234567890(&)§@;:!?”/${%}»* Avenir Next Bold / 24 pt

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ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 1234567890(&)§@;:!?”/${%}»* Avenir Next Medium Italic / 24 pt

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 1234567890(&)§@;:!?”/${%}»* Avenir Next Demi Italic / 24 pt

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 1234567890(&)§@;:!?”/${%}»* Avenir Next Bold Italic / 24 pt

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Regular Italic Medium Medium Ita Avenir Next Regular / 120 pt

Avenir Next Italic / 120 pt

Avenir Next Medium / 120 pt

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Demi Demi Italic Bold alic Bold Italic Avenir Next Demi / 120 pt

Avenir Next Demi Italic / 120 pt

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5.9 Typographic layout Title, subtitles and body copy It is usually sufficient to set the titles in Avenir Next Bold, the subtitles in Avenir Next Demi without changing the size in order to improve readability, and the body in Avenir Next Medium.

Title Avenir Next Bold / 48 pt / Spacing 29 / Kerning —25 pt Subtitle Avenir Next Demi / 24 pt / Spacing 29 / Kerning —25 pt Body Avenir Next Medium / 12 pt / Spacing 15 / Kerning 0 pt

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5.9 Typographic layout Text alignment The page grid organizes columns of text by aligning the right and left margins. Avoid center–aligned text. Left–aligned text is recommended for consistency and readability, because it does not alter the spacing between words. Block layout can be used for more compact text in newsletters and press releases, even though the spacing between words is not consistent.

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5.9 Typographic layout Paragraphs Paragraphs of text should be separated with an empty line space. If the text consists of many short paragraphs, then you may prefer to begin the next paragraph without an empty line space. You should choose one approach in order to ensure consistency and readability.

Example Avenir Next Medium / 24 pt / Spacing 29 / Kerning —25 pt

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5.9 Typographic layout Highlighted text and numbering Numbers and bullets used to highlight text should preferably be placed to the left of the column, consistently with the text. Alternatively the numbering can be placed on the line above the text, aligned with the left margin.

Example Avenir Next Medium / 24 pt / Spacing 29 / Kerning —25 pt

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5.9 Typographic layout Kerning Letter spacing seems excessive with large font sizes and it is therefore preferable to maintain consistency by reducing the amount of space.

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5.9 Typographic layout Line spacing The use of consistent line spacing, across all forms of corporate communication, facilitates the page layout and improves readability.

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6.1 The "Door"

The Wall Street English "Door" device can be separated from the logo for other uses. Individual countries can use images inside the "Door" gap that represent people’s dreams and goals, but most importantly the reasons that make them want to learn English. — The "Door" contains images of people from various parts of the world. This is because of the multi–ethnicity and universal nature of the English language, which acts as a link between different cultures. Landscape scenes depicting situations and settings that immediately communicate positive emotions and a feeling of freedom can also be used in the "Door" device.

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6.1 The "Door" All images are already cropped so that the logo structure is respected, allowing the final result to be comprehensible and consistent with the brand. The "Door" can be used to decorate surfaces, such as window stickers, or in free spaces in Wall Street English centers. You are advised to use this version on WHITE or very light窶田oloured backgrounds. It is important for there to be a lot of contrast with the background.

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6.2 The "Door" / Positive All images are already cropped so that the logo structure is respected, allowing the final result to be comprehensible and consistent with the brand. The "Door" can be used to decorate surfaces, such as window stickers, or in free spaces in Wall Street English centers. You are advised to use this version on WHITE or other very light窶田oloured backgrounds. It is important for there to be a lot of contrast with the background.

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6.2 The "Door" / Negative You are advised to use this version on WSE BLUE or other very dark窶田oloured backgrounds. It is important for there to be a lot of contrast with the background.

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6.3 The "Door" on coloured background When the background is coloured you are advised to use the WHITE outline "Door" on dark backgrounds and the WSE BLUE outline "Door" when the background is a light colour. It is important to have a lot of contrast with the background. Please refer to the examples on the right.

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WSE BLUE

WSE RED

WSE CYAN

WSE LIGHT BLUE

WSE PEACH

WSE SKIN

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6.4 The images

A new image bank has been created to house the specific images that can appear behind the "Door". No other images should be used. Each of these images has been culturally approved and gone through a post–production treatment to render them suitable. They do not require any local media usage rights, and have been further categorized under "people" and "landscapes". You are strongly encouraged to browse through all the images, as many could be relevant for your communication requirements. They have been grouped into the key regions Western Europe, Eastern Europe, the Middle East & North Africa, India, North Asia, South East Asia, Latin America. The full image bank can be downloaded from the changingfutures.com. If you have any questions on image usage, please contact Natalija Prokopovitsj at natalijap@wallstreetinstitute.com

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6.5 Incorrect use It is absolutely prohibited to use images inside the "Door" gap when it is an element of the Master or Secondary logos. See example below. When a logo is introduced, it is important for the shapes and colours to be consistent in order to imprint the brand in consumers’ minds.

When an image is used in the "Door" gap, it must be a join up to make one word, or hyphenate if it needs to be slit across two lines. It is absolutely prohibited to use images inside the "Door" gap when it is an element of the Master or Secondary logos.

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6.5 Incorrect use

Do not rotate the image inside the “Door” gap

Do not insert the image in the "Door" itself

Do not change the image colours

Always make sure you fill the space around the “Door” completely

Do not distort the image inside the “Door” gap

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6.6 Proportion & exclusion zones The "Door" has been designed following the proportions below. The reference measurement, X, is the width of the "Door". The exclusion zone is based on ½ X and ¾ X. It is important to keep these proportions correct because they give a sense of consistency to the "Door" device whole. It is absolutely prohibited to change the proportion of these elements.

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7.1 Advertising format The format is structured to adapt to the text content. Always left–align text without justification. It is important always to respect the logo proportions and exclusion zone.

Changeable Length

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01 Headline area For the headline, left–aligned Avenir Next Bold is recommended. 02 Information area The area beneath the headline is reserved for Wall Street English product information. Avenir Next Medium is the recommended font, in half the size used for the headline where possible. 03 Contacts area The area at the bottom is reserved for contacts. Avenir Next Bold is the recommended font, in half the size used for the headline where possible. 04 Logo box The logo box proportions must not be changed. 05 Pearson band The proportions of the Pearson band must not be changed.

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7.1 Advertising format The format is flexible. The logo block can be moved to adapt better to the space available, but must always be in accordance with the proportion box and exclusion zone. The text container may be enlarged if there is a lot of information, or in web and outdoor applications where the font size must be increased.

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The style of the icons, the colours and the names of The Acquisition Cycle, The WSE Journey and The Level Chart have been revised to align them with the look and feel of the Wall Street English brand identity, giving them a greater sense of being “human” and fresh. — These materials can be downloaded from the changingfutures.com microsite. If you have any questions on usage, please contact Natalija Prokopovitsj at natalijap@wallstreetinstitute.com

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8.2 Stationery Standard envelope Format 22 X 11 cm. / 8.6 X 4.3 in. Printed 3 + 3 colours Paper Fedrigoni Splendorgel E.W. 140 gsm. 01 Front 02 Back

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8.2 Stationery Standard business card / QR code business card Format 8 X 5 cm. Printed 3 + 3 colours + Protective coating. Paper Fedrigoni Splendorgel E.W. 340 gsm. 01 Front 02 Back 03 Back with QR code

Name Surname Position

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Wall Steet English One South Street Suite 1100 Baltimore, MD 21202

WallStreetInstitute.Italia

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@WeLikeEnglish

T +00 000 0000000 F +00 000 0000000 M +00 000 0000000

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8.2 Stationery Folder with image Format 22 X 31 cm. (closed) + flaps on inside cover. Printed 3 + 4 colours + Protective coating. Paper Fedrigoni Splendorgel E.W. 340 gsm. 01 Back / Front 02 Inside 01

wallstreetenglish.com

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8.2 Stationery US Folder with image Format 9 X 12 in. (closed) + flaps on inside cover. Printed 3 + 4 colours + Protective coating. Paper Fedrigoni Splendorgel E.W. 340 gsm. 01 Back / Front 02 Inside 01

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8.2 Stationery Big envelope Format 25 X 35 cm. Printed 3 + 3 colours. Paper Fedrigoni Splendorgel E.W. 140 gsm. 01 Front 02 Back

Wall Steet English One South Street Suite 1100 Baltimore, MD 21202 Tel +00 000 000 0000 Fax +00 000 000 0000 wallstreetenglish.com

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8.2 Stationery Paper range Splendorgel Extra White long grain. Uncoated papers and boards with a velvety surface, FSC certified.

Packed

Size cm

71 X 100

g/m2

85

100

115

140

160

190

230

270

300

340

Sheets x packet

250

250

200

200

200

125

125

125

100

75

12.250

12.250

9.500

8.200

7.200

6.500

5.250

4.500

4.200

3.600

kg x 1000 sheets

60.4

71

81.7

99.4

113.6

134.9

163.3

191.7

213

241.4

kg x pallet

739

745.5

775.6

815

817.9

877

857.3

862.6

895

869

10671476

10671472

10671474

10671476

10671478

10671476

Sheets x pallet

Code

Extra White

10671472

10671474

10671476

10671478

Packed

Packed

Size cm

64 x 88

45 x 64

g/m2

85

100

/

85

100

115

230

270

300

340

Sheets x packet

500

250

/

500

250

250

125

125

100

100

13.500

10.500

/

24.000

21.000

19.000

10.500

9.000

8.000

7.000

kg x 1000 sheets

47.9

56.3

/

24.4

28.8

33.1

66.2

77.7

86.4

97.9

kg x pallet

646

591.3

/

587.5

604.8

629.2

695.5

699.8

691.2

685.4

10671394

10671396

10671404

10671406

10671402

10671408

Sheets x pallet

Code

Extra White

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10671473

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10671392

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8.3 PPT template All the Office templates (Word, Excel, PPT) are available from the internal microsite.

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8.4 Digital signature Available from the internal microsite.

Name Surname Position Wall Street English One South Street Suite 1100 Baltimore, MD 21202 T +00 000 0000000 F +00 000 0000000 M +00 000 0000000 Skype skype name n.surname@wse.com insertcountryurl.com wallstreetinstitute.mediaroom.com

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8.5 Female t–shirt / Front This is an example of the logomania application.

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8.5 Female t–shirt / Back

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8.5 Male t–shirt / Front This is an example of the logomania application.

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8.6 Pencil This is an example of the logomania application.

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8.7 Bag This is an example of the logomania application.

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8.9 Cup This is an example of the logomania application.

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9.1 Wall Street English in partnerships When we are sponsoring or collaborating with a partner, please consider the following guidelines: when using our logo on the creative material of the partner, and with the background colour other than our brand colours, please make sure to use the monochromatic version of the logo and insure that there is no color change or other illustrations in the background. Always ensure that all logos appear equal in stature. Never place the partner logo closer than the minimum exclusion zone to the Wall Street English logo. Use of our logo and brand image in partnerships needs to be always approved by the international marketing team, please write to natalijap@wallstreetinstitute.com.

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9.1 Wall Street English in partnerships / Correct use

Logo WSE + Partner logo on WHITE background

Partner Logo

If the logos are on a WHITE background, we advise using the positive colour version of the Master Logo.

Logo WSE + Partner logo on WSE BLUE background

Partner Logo

If the logos are on a WSE BLUE background, we advise using the negative colour version of the Master Logo.

Logo WSE + Partner logo on other colour background

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If the logos are on a background in a colour that departs chromatically from the Wall Street English palette, we advise using the monochrome version of the Master Logo. Use the positive monochrome version of the Master Logo if the background is light in colour or the negative version if it is dark.

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9.1 Wall Street English in partnerships / Misuse

Do not allow the partner logos to enter the Wall Street English logo exclusion zone.

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Do not include more than one partner logo inside the special box. If there are several partner logos, add more boxes.

Keep the partner logos the same size as the Wall Street English logo.

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The Wall Street English logo should always sit to the left of the partner logo(s).

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On a background colour that departs chromatically from the Wall Street English palette, do not use the colour version of the Wall Street English logo.

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9.2 Pearson co–branding

Many Wall Street English materials require the incorporation of Pearson branding elements. These include the Pearson band in the WSE Blue containing the Pearson logo and ‘Always Learning’ endline. All use of the Pearson brand must be pre–approved by Natalija Prokopovitsj natalijap@wallstreetinstitute.com

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Wall Street English Brand Guidelines Š 2013 by Wall Street Institute KFT, Luxembourg Branch (for all countries except China) Š 2013 by Gamma Master China Limited (for China) All rights reserved; no part of this manual may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the permission of the rights holder. This material is the intellectual property of Wall Street Institute KFT, Luxembourg Branch and Gamma Master China Limited. This manual is provided solely as a management tool and resource and is to be used exclusively for Wall Street Institute and Wall Street English centers. This manual contains confidential information proprietary to Wall Street Institute KFT and Gamma Master China Limited. Wall Street Institute/Wall Street English policies & procedures may be reviewed and changed from time to time without prior notice. This manual may only be translated into other languages with the prior written consent of the copyright owners. Any translation shall require the exclusive assignment of all the rights on the translation to Wall Street Institute KFT Luxembourg Branch (for all countries except China) and Gamma Master China Limited (for China) or their designees. Trademark Registration and Registered Trademark Symbol. All territories should use the new brand and the registration symbol in compliance with applicable local laws. The new Wall Street English brand is currently in the registration process. All territories will be notified when the registration process has been completed in that territory. Prior to that notification WSI International cannot guarantee that registration may not be challenged or disputed until the full registration process has been completed and territories will use the trademark at their own risk. Territories should check and follow the applicable regulations for the use of the registered trademark symbol. Please contact Natalija Prokopovitsj at natalijap@wallstreetinstitute.com for any questions regarding this.

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