The graphics, templates and materials in this section will help you communicate effectively about Startup Week in the context of Invent Penn State, the innovation hubs and your campus, as you inspire and support entrepreneurship at Penn State.
For questions about branding, trademark and logo use, or language, files and functionality or guidance on vendors, please contact Ashley Palmer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get with your campus IT staff and have these graphics setup as backgrounds, screen savers or anything else digital on the computer and TV screens on your campus.
These are the graphics used for the Pegula Celebration. They are tailor made for the video boards and displays at the Pegula arena.
Use these email headers, footers and icons to give your communications a distinct look that's consistent with partners across the University.
The media release should read like a news story, written in third person, citing quotes and sources, and designed to be picked up by news outlets. For announcements about Startup Week please allow time for Ashley Palmer to review.
Use these graphics to post and share information about Startup Week on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.
Place these banners in high foot traffic areas, outside of event locations and near stages to be captured as background in photographs.
Use this poster to highlight and feature events during Startup Week 2020.
Use this poster to promote Startup Week 2020 at your campus.
Place this Step and Repeat near high foot traffic areas so people can take red carpet style photos!
A brochure highlighting some of the competitions happening during Startup Week 2020
This brochure gives you an overview of the entire Startup Week event. This is a great handout for students and faculty.
This packet was used to solicit sponsors for Startup Week 2020.
Small flyers easy to hand out and meant to fit in your hand. Distribute in high traffic areas and place in reception areas.
Place these table tents on tables in communal areas or desks in class rooms and offices.
These shirts give visibility to Startup Week, are a great handout and should be distributed extremely liberally.
Give your brand visibility in homes, offices, class rooms and everywhere cell phones are used.
Water Bottles are an excellent giveaway item that people will use regularly. Give them to participants, speakers and place them around your location for high visibility branding.
Stickers can go on anything and create visibility in the community when placed on laptops or phones.
Mugs are an excellent giveaway item that people will use regularly. Give them to participants, speakers and place them around your location for high visibility branding.
These hardbound journals are great handouts at events where attendees might take notes. Set them at seats ahead of events and hand them out at registration desks.
Wrap your table in this branded tablecloth to make events look official and help guide people to the right location.
Give buttons away liberally and encourage people to wear them to events.
This year we're giving away cutlery sets branded for Startup Week. This is a fun and useful giveaway for any event.
This is the Power Point presentation given at the 2020 SUW Marketing and Communicators Luncheon.
This document outlines the processes of Startup Week and how your unit can be involved!
Want your event listed on the Startup Week website? Fill out this form and submit it to Amy Pollock (email@example.com) by Friday, February 28 to be included!
Video of the presentation given at the 2020 SUW Marketing and Communicators Luncheon. Watch this if you weren't able to attend or Zoom in.
Follow this link to find transparent logos, printable letter-size flyers, an email graphic and a graphic you can use as a digital sign or a PowerPoint graphic.