Take advantage of the DIN trial membership offer and enjoy exclusive benefits
The trial membership offer we have thought up as part of our round birthday celebrations is rather special: As a trial member you will have all the benefits of regular membership (such as a 15 % discount when purchasing standards) – for a special reduced fee.
For companies with up to 999 employees:
You pay only EUR 100 per company!
For companies with between 1,000 and 10,000 employees:
You pay only EUR 1,000 per company!
With a trial membership, a company with 200 employees saves EUR 988 over the regular membership fee.
Our exclusive offer is available to companies and other organizations with up to 10,000 employees.
Registration: From 1 July to 31 December 2017.
Membership starts: Depending on when you register, between 1 July 2017 and 31 December 2017.
Membership ends: 31 December 2018
The benefits of a DIN membership at a glance:
DIN members support the well proven principles of standardization, in spirit and financially. But membership also brings a range of tangible benefits.
|You can take an active role in shaping German standardization policy while enhancing the position of your company.|
|You receive exclusive information on standards policy and can vote at the members’ annual assembly.|
|You are invited to top-notch events. DIN provides a platform for you to exchange your views and ideas with other companies. Examples of new event formats are opportunities for members to chat to DIN’s Executive Board, or free webinars on topics relevant to standardization.|
|You can use the DIN membership logo and the “DIN Member” sign to market your company.|
|You can take advantage of a 15 percent discount on the purchase of DIN Standards, the DIN Catalogue of Technical Rules, DIN’s monthly journal “DIN-Mitteilungen” and DIN Academy seminars.|
|You receive our newsletter giving you the latest standardization news.|
Exclusive to DIN members, you can hire rooms in DIN’s modern conference centre at our Berlin headquarters.
Need more information? To find out more and to become a DIN member, please contact Jeannette Behnke (email@example.com)