Cobranding shows a partnership between Red Hat and another company. When we cobrand, we’re lending our credibility to a smaller brand—or benefiting from the credibility of a larger one.
Be careful to follow any rules for using a partner’s logo, just as you would for ours. The partner’s brand standards are usually available on request.
Cobranding works best with 2 equal partners. If there are more than 3 parties involved, or if the relationships between them are not equal, try using a logo wall or other treatment instead.
When there are more than 3 partners involved, or if their relationships aren’t equal, use a logo wall instead of a cobranded logo. This example from redhat.com shows a selection of our customers.
BANNERS AND COLLATERAL
Almost anything can be cobranded for partner use. Most campaign materials, like banner ads and collateral, are made available to our partners as cobrand-on-demand assets.
Don’t break the Red Hat logo guidelines.
Don't disrespect our partner's logos. Request their logo guidelines if needed.
Don't cobrand more than three partners. Instead use a logo wall as described above.