Platinum Partner Benefits
Logo on the BIID Home Page
In recognition of this special relationship, the BIID gives the exclusive opportunity to have your logo on our home page.
One piece of sponsored content on the BIID website to be promoted to: all our members, in our news section and across our social media.
Logo on the Annual Report
Your logo will feature on the BIID Annual Report that is sent to every member of the BIID.
Social Media Take over
For 24 hrs your company will take over the BIID's Instagram account. The BIID will promote the take over to our members and offer support in best practice if needed.
BIID ACCREDITED CPD PROVIDER BENEFITS
Entitled to all CPD Provider benefits including; content collaboration, listing On CPD Providers Directory and promotion to BIID Members
Industry Partner Benefits
Entitled to all Industry Parnter benefits including; website profile, networking events, inclusion in BIID newsletter and IP Forums
All of the benefits above are included in the annual fee for Platinum Partner of £2995+ VAT. This is payable by BACS, Direct Debit or credit/debit card
Please take a look at our Industry Partner page for more detail on the benefits included in Platinum Partnership.
If you would like to become a platinum partner then please call us on 020 7628 0255 or email info@BIID.org.uk for more information.
Terms and Conditions:
1. Industry Partner status and Platinum Partner does not constitute BIID endorsement of a company’s products or services.
2. The BIID reserves the right to refuse Industry Partner status to applicants.
3. Invoicing for Industry Partner is usually done on an annual basis from 1st April to 31st March each year. Companies who apply mid-year will be issued an invoice at the point of inception and will last for 12 months and include all Industry Partner benefits for that year.
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