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Contains information of interest to individual Members, including Membership Statement, New Members' Pack, how to apply for a Memorial Fund Award, Grants of Friendship/Invitations, and Membership Matters.

Contains all the information you need for the running of a Club, eg Membership Forms, Annual Returns, Club Governance, How to Start a New Club.

Contains information related to running a Region/National Association/Network, eg the purpose of Regions/National Associations/Networks, and Region/NA/Network governance documents

Contains documentation to help you communicate your activities, eg Template Press Releases, SIGBI Brand Guidelines and Logos, good examples of Club Promotional Material, How To Guides.

Contains information related to Programme Activities, eg a page for each Programme Area, Commission on the Status of Women, SIGBI Programme Database.

Contains documentation related to the running of the Federation, eg SIGBI Governance, Vision 2021.

Wave Design

In this section you will find the wave designs and artwork for downloading in both JPEG and graphic EPS file formats. These are for use in brochures and letterheads if required.  Note that printing costs may be increased if these are used.

The page numbers given above each logo reference the Brand Guidelines document which demonstrates how the designs look when applied. There are many variants to provide flexibility so please ensure you select the particular design that you need for your promotional materials.

See also the Brand Protocol.

A template for PowerPoint presentations, and examples of how Clubs may use the logo in their Word documents are provided on the Document Templates and Examples page.  These are in Word so that you can download and edit them for your own purposes. If you are having problems locating what you need please contact Sally at

Instructions for Downloading Images


  • to use the size shown – right-click on the image and select “Save Image As . . .” from the pop-up menu.  Save it to your own computer and then insert it into the document you are creating.
  • to use a full size version – left-click on the image to open it in a new tab.  Then right-click and save to your computer as above.  You will need to use your browser’s “Back” button to return to the page of the website you were on.

EPS files

EPS files are used by graphic designer applications e.g. Illustrator and are preferred by printing companies.  Click on the link, and if you do not have a package that can read these, select the “Save File” option.  Save the file to your computer and email it to your designer.

SI Wave – colour

Page 29

EPS Version


SI Wave – monochrome

Page 29

EPS Version