Yes - but there are some exceptions
You are allowed to use the HubSpot Logo and the Education Partner Program logo. However, you must follow the User Agreement for the program, which states the following:
- You may not alter the appearance of the Academy Content or remove our name or logo from the Academy Content. “Whitelabeling” is strictly prohibited.
- We retain all ownership rights in the Academy Content, the Academic Portal and the HubSpot products and services. HubSpot, the Sprocket Design, the HubSpot logos, and other marks that we use from time to time are our trademarks and you may not use them without our prior written permission, except as otherwise set forth in this Agreement.
This means that you cannot use the HubSpot Logo or the Education Partner Program logo to endorse a credential, certification, course, or diploma, in such a way that it appears that HubSpot has co-signed or approved the completion of a course of study.
You can, however, use the logo on your social media or presentations in a way that doesn't insinuate or suppose that HubSpot or the Education Partner Program has endorsed your participation in a certain group. For example, you would not be able to put the HubSpot logo on a presentation given at a conference in a way that infers that HubSpot assisted you in developing your certification, unless this was actually the case.
For HubSpot brand guidelines, please click here.
For a summary of allowable use, please click here.