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Guideline for the use of the Membership logo 

The Zhaga membership logo distinguishes the Zhaga members from other companies in the lighting market and assures customers that these companies adhere to the Zhaga Consortium Agreement or the Zhaga Community Member Registration Agreement. As a benefit of membership, the Zhaga membership logo can be proudly displayed on promotional materials to help connect members across the industry worldwide and create new domestic and international business opportunities and relationships.

Companies who do not belong to the Zhaga Consortium and members that have allowed their membership to lapse or expire, as well as those who have chosen to terminate membership, forfeit the right to to use and display the Zhaga Membership Logo. The Zhaga Membership Logo is a benefit for dues-paying members in good standing only. Please review the Zhaga Member Logo Usage Policy for more information.

The Zhaga Membership Logo does not imply any of the following:

  • That Zhaga has certified, accredited or approved the company itself, or any individual, process, or product
  • That Zhaga has approved the company's materials or representations used for sales, advertising, or other promotional efforts
  • That any particular level of quality or performance is guaranteed or assured by Zhaga
  • That any statements made to customers or the general public are truthful and accurate
  • Anything else beyond identifying that the user is a member of Zhaga

Unapproved Use of the Member Logo

In the event that these guidelines are violated, Zhaga retains the right to direct the member to cease use of the mark and may sue to enjoin misuse by members and/or non-members and to recover actual and punitive damages. It is the right of Zhaga to determine whether these guidelines have been violated or whether the Zhaga Member logo has been misused.