7 ways to showcase your ISO Certification
Congratulations, you’re certified to an ISO Standard!
Now it’s time to showcase your achievement with your network, ensuring your business stands out from the competition and receives the recognition it deserves.
SHARE YOUR ISO ACHIEVEMENT ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Shout it from the rooftops! Your ISO Certification is a big achievement and it’s great to share this with your online network and social media audience. Create a post to congratulate the team involved and assure your stakeholders that you have a robust management system in place certified to an internationally recognised standard. If you share your achievement on LinkedIn, don’t forget to tag us and we’ll proudly reshare it with our network!
ADD YOUR ISO LOGO TO YOUR WEBSITE
Adding your ISO logo to your website is a simple and effective way to showcase your certification. This could be on the footer, or a specific page of your website dedicated to certifications or information about your organisation. You can link your ISO logo to an online version of your certificate so your prospective customers or clients can view your official certification. Our team will have provided you with the colour version of your ISO logo, however, if you’d prefer a white version we can provide this for you – Just contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
WRITE A CASE STUDY HIGHLIGHTING INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR ACHIEVEMENT
Writing a case study is an excellent way to explain why your new certification benefits your organisation and your stakeholders. It can be a simple one-pager highlighting the benefits or a more comprehensive document detailing (i) the initial challenge, (ii) how ISO certification was the solution, (iii) the benefits certification brings, (iv) the certification process and the teams involved, and (v) any key insights and experience you have found. The team at CE would also be happy to provide a quote for your case study if you’d like.
ADD YOUR ISO LOGO TO YOUR EMAIL SIGNATURE
Over 3.4 billion emails are sent every day around the world. Adding your ISO logo to your email signature showcases your ISO certification achievement to the stakeholders you are interacting with every time you click ‘send’! It’s a simple and effective way to broadcast your achievement with minimal effort required.
ARRANGE A PRESENTATION OF YOUR CERTIFICATE WITH THE TEAM AT CE
Our team love to meet our clients, and what better excuse than to present your brand-new certificate face-to-face? If you’d like to arrange a presentation on-site, a representative from CE would be pleased to attend. The presentation event can be a small, private presentation with a quick photo opportunity using the nearest camera phone (for social media or your case study of course – see Points 1 and 3 above!), or a larger event which is already taking place where you’d like to celebrate the achievement more publicly, with a proper photographer! If you’re interested in arranging a certificate presentation with the team at CE, please email email@example.com to organise.
ANNOUNCE YOUR ACHIEVEMENT IN YOUR NEXT COMPANY NEWSLETTER
With ISO certification taking a large amount of effort from everyone involved, it’s great to be able to highlight the achievement in your internal and/or external company newsletters! Add the ISO logo to your next company newsletter to ensure no one misses your impressive achievement. You could even include pictures from your certificate presentation or a link to your case study!
INCLUDE YOUR MARKS OF EXCELLENCE IN YOUR TENDERS, PROPOSALS OR COMPANY BROCHURES
It’s a good idea to promote your ISO Certification when you’re showcasing your organisation across any sales collateral. Use your brochures, proposals and tenders to highlight your achievement and demonstrate your stamp of approval for quality and reliability from the first moment you engage with a customer or client. In some industries, certification to certain standards is a mandatory requirement and by including these in your brochures and sales collateral, you’re setting your organisation apart from uncertified competitors.