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Adding your events to the CSR Events Calendar

Want to promote your event on CSR to a wider audience? Adding it to the Business Respect events calendar is free, and easy to do.

First, you need to register - using the link in the top right hand corner of the page.

Enter your details on the form, and submit. You will be sent an email with a link to verify your email address is correct.

When you click on the link or copy and paste the address into your web browser, you will be verified and automatically logged in. You will also see that some options to edit or add content have appeared in the blue menu bar. Select 'add event'

If it is your first time adding an event you will be asked for a few more details about your organisation - things to help attract your audience that you don't really need to provide if you're not adding content.

Then add your event details. The system enables you to set a start and an end date, sliding scale pricing with early bird discounts, requests for papers (again with a deadline). It will flag to your audience when one of those deadlines are approaching.

More - because you audience can filter events that are local to them, on subjects that interest them, and in specific dates - they have more powerful ways to find your event - the one that they want to go to.

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Posting your event on the calendar is free, and always will be. Those events that have a broad appeal and a potentially wide geographical audience are offered (via a tick box on the form) as to whether they want to receive details for a paid ad - which guarantees prominent placing as a 'featured event' both in the side bar of the calendar and in the Business Respect email newsletter. That's as much of a hard sell as you'll get.

If you would like to get details of this offer, and you're not ready to enter your event yet, let us know.

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