- Do you have colleagues - perhaps in different offices - who need to read the Journal?
- Are you a university or business school wanting to provide access to academic faculty and students at multiple sites?
- Do they need access to a fully searchable databank of high quality articles, best practice guides, case studies and briefings demonstrating leading edge intelligence from the brand management and marketing community?
- Do you and your colleagues need to keep abreast of what your peers and competitors are doing?
- Is your organisation committed to promoting executive development for its staff?
To avoid being last on an internal mailing list for the Journal or processing multiple invoices for multiple subscriptions, a multi-user licence is the answer. Journal of Brand Strategy can be licensed for distribution either via institutional intranets or via the internet. Licences are flexible and can be tailored according to your requirements. They are available to any organisation - whether commercial, non-profit or public sector, as well as academic institutions and libraries.
The benefits of corporate licences are:
- Accessibility - as many users as required can access the journal, instantly, direct from their screens
- Searchability - authorised users are able to find relevant material easily and quickly
- Cost-efficiency - the more users authorised to access the journal, the lower the cost per person
- Productivity - throughout the organisation, knowledge is accessed, accumulated, disseminated and applied simply and quickly, leaving your users with more time and more energy for the things they do best.
For intranet licences, journal articles are supplied as individual PDF files. Depending on the platform and applications of the host intranet, PDF documents can be stored and retrieved using typical navigation menus and resident search engines.
Licence pricing is calculated independently from any existing print subscription. For all institutions the price is based on the number of users and sites who will have access and the combination of current and back issues required. Typical fees range from $350/£175 per employee down to $100/£50 per employee, or less.
All enquiries in the first instance should be sent to the Journal Publisher clearly stating which journal you are interested in.