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Branding

Please review the following guidelines when representing Nile.

Simple. Secure. Bold.
Three words that empower our work, our brand and represents our values and strengths as an organization. The Nile brand center provides guidance on how to use the visual and verbal aspects of the Nile identity.  Understanding the working guidelines of our brand ecosystem will help you build and release  communications that successfully communicate and display the Nile brand strategy. Questions related to the use of the Nile brand, should be directed to our brand support team at [email protected].

Simple. Secure. Bold.

Three words that empower our work, our brand and represents our values and strengths as an organization. The Nile brand center provides guidance on how to use the visual and verbal aspects of the Nile identity.  Understanding the working guidelines of our brand ecosystem will help you build and release  communications that successfully communicate and display the Nile brand strategy. Questions related to the use of the Nile brand, should be directed to our brand support team at [email protected].

The Nile logo is offered in two variations to support all use cases. Please assure to utilize the correct version when representing the Nile brand.

Nile’s bermuda blue logo should be used in all purposes, except when the utilized background does not provide sufficient contrast. At no time should the orange dot be altered.

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Nile’s white logo should only be used when necessary to provide full contrast and readability. For example when utilized over photography or dark backgrounds.

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The Color

Bermuda Blue

Primary

#175D81

C – 92
M – 60
Y – 31
K – 11
R – 23
G – 93
B – 129

Papaya Spark

Accent

#FF8E00

C – 0
M – 53
Y – 100
K – 0
R – 255
G – 142
B – 0

Medium Gray

Secondary

# 979797

C – 43
M – 35
Y – 36
K – 0
R – 152
G – 152
B – 152

Lake View

Tertiary

#124664

C – 96
M – 70
Y – 36
K – 25
R – 18
G – 70
B – 100

Light Blue

Secondary

#74A0C1

C – 56
M – 27
Y – 13
K – 0
R – 116
G – 160
B – 193

Dark Nile

Tertiary

#00314D

C – 100
M – 78
Y – 44
K – 41
R – 0
G – 49
B – 77

Charcoal Gray

Secondary

#2B2B2B

C – 0
M – 0
Y – 0
K – 83
R – 43
G – 43
B – 43

The Typography

Nile primary typeface is Montserrat. This typeface should be used for all communications applicable to the representation of the Nile brand.

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Montserrat Light

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Montserrat Medium

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Montserrat Semi-Bold

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Montserrat Bold

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The Dot

Overview

As an organization built on the idea of bringing simplicity to the network-as-a-service market, Nile’s brand is just that simple. The symbol is designed to support the complete, 360-degree coverage while addressing the simplicity the Nile solution brings.

Usage

When using the Nile logo, the orange dot should always be legible and remain in the Papaya Spark color. Color should never be altered without written consent.

Solid versions should be used in all uses, outlined versions should never be used.

Executive Headshots

Pakaj Patel CEO.

Pankaj Patel

Chief Executive Officer
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Suresh Katukam

Chief Product Officer
Sri Hotatoke.

Sri Hosakote

Chief Development Officer
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Scott Gainey

Chief Marketing Officer
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Louis Serlenga

Chief Revenue Officer
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