It's awesome that you're keen to run an Envato Community Meetup, but keep in mind that you will be responsible for the event in every way. Before submitting your meetup application, read through the below guidelines to understand the spirit in which Envato meetups are run.
- Above all else, Envato Community Meetups are a chance for our community of creatives to come together to share ideas and help each other succeed. Make sure your meetup idea is based on this theme.
- The meetup will be your responsibility, so it's up to you how you want to run it.
- You need to be over 18. This is because you'll probably need to organize a venue, sign contracts and deal with other stuff like insurance.
- You will need to follow the local laws of the country where the meetup is being held.
- We suggest that you keep the event alcohol free, but if you want to make alcohol available you need to be of legal drinking age or older in the country where the meetup is being held, and alcohol must be served in moderation and with food. It'll be your responsibility to make sure there is no under age drinking at the event. If the venue where you choose to host the meetup serves alcohol they will probably take care of this stuff, but be sure they have a legitimate alcohol license if they're serving alcohol.
- If you're planning to have a cover charge or any payments associated with the meetup to cover your costs, we ask that meetups are not run for profit and if there are any leftover funds from the event, they should be donated to a registered charity and not kept for personal gain.
- Have fun!
As part of our Envato community meetup program we've provided vector versions of our 'Envato Meetup' logo for certain uses listed below.
Our official branding (e.g. Envato or Envato Market logos) is not to be used in relation to any Envato Community Meetups, it's only used in things we make ourselves. This is to prevent any confusion, so users can distinguish between what we officially release and what awesome folks like you have created.
These guidelines apply to any event platform you build or use to promote your Envato meetup.
- Use the 'Envato Meetup' logo responsibly to promote your Envato Community Meetup and adhere to Envato's Brand Guidelines.
- Name your meetup with something unique.
- Design your meetup with unique branding and logos.
- Use our iconic green in your branding, it's a nice way of showing a connection. For your reference, the color values are listed below:
RGB: 130, 181, 65 H
HSL: 86, 47%, 48%
CMYK: 55, 9, 100, 0
- Use any of our logos or trademarks other than the 'Envato Meetup' anywhere at all e.g Envato, Envato Studio, Tuts+.
- Register a domain name using any of Envato's Trademarks.
- Use the 'Envato Meetup' logo to brand your own website or application.
- Create a Twitter account containing 'Envato' (e.g. @envatoXYZ).
- Use any other artwork from our site without explicit permission.
- Manipulate the logos or imply sponsorship, endorsement, or false association with Envato.
Code of Conduct
We are really grateful for your enthusiasm in wanting to run an Envato Community Meetup, but keep in mind as the organiser you are responsible for the event and the protection of the Envato brand associated with this event.
Therefore we have created this code so meetups are held in the right spirit and do not lead to negative impacts on the Envato Community and the Envato brand. Please follow this code as it will allow us to continue running this program into the future.
- Be considerate, respectful, and collaborative.
- Refrain from demeaning, discriminatory or harassing behavior and speech.
- Be mindful of your surroundings and of your fellow participants. Alert conference organisers if you notice a dangerous situation or someone in distress.
- Remember that Envato community run meetup venues may be shared with members of the public; please be respectful to all patrons of these locations.
- Act fairly and honestly with external suppliers.
If you experience or notice someone else experiencing behavior that doesn't meet these guidelines, or have any other concerns, please notify the meetup host as soon as possible.
We expect all meetup participants (sponsors, volunteers, speakers, attendees, and other guests) to abide by this code of conduct at all meetup venues and meetup-related social events.
If you have any further questions, please contact us at email@example.com