The Advertising Club restructures membership fees

MUMBAI: The Advertising Club will be restructuring its fee structure with effect from 1 January, 2016.

As per the new structure, for an individual, a lifetime membership with the club will now cost Rs 7500.

On the other hand, corporate memberships rates come with a customised format. A corporation can get a 15 year membership for 10 of its employees for Rs 1 lakh, which goes up to Rs 2.5 lakh and Rs 5 lakh for 25 and 50 members respectively.

An annual three-year membership will be chargeable at Rs 2500, with renewal fees of Rs 500 per year.

One can also opt for a student membership worth Rs 1000, which is valid for 12 months.

Keeping in mind the holiday season, the club has extended the last date for enrolments and payments under the existing structure till 7 January, 2016, and individual life membership to the club stands valid at Rs 5,000 up to 31 December, 2015.

Going forward, the Advertising Club also intends to make membership mandatory for industry professionals participating in Ad Club events such as Effies, Emvies etc. and two guests per member will be entertained for each of such events.

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