The IET re-engineers its brand

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has today unveiled its re-engineered brand. 

The change reflects the exciting and inspirational world of engineering and technology and the impact the IET has on wider society, including the next generation of engineers.

Central to the re-engineered brand is a new look and feel which will ensure that the Institution remains modern, relevant and inclusive.

Nigel Fine, chief executive and secretary of the IET, said: “Engineering and technology is transforming the way we live, the products we use and the services we rely on. Future generations have the power to change the world as we know it and be at the forefront of new innovation.

“Our re-engineered brand reflects the exciting and inspirational world of engineering in the 21st century and represents a modern, relevant and inclusive Institution. The logo now includes an “equals” sign, helping us to communicate our vision of ‘working to engineer a better world’.”

The re-engineered brand is a result of two years’ work, with input from IET members, volunteers and customers across the world, to create a new brand strategy that engages with a wider audience in an increasingly digital world.

It will be rolled out in phases from January 2019 with the IET’s new website going live on 29th January 2019.

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