Our vision : Universal development. Our mission : Be sustainable, promote others We share social issues of countries in respective issue folders

Interview content membership fees : Investment, period, benefits (The new format of the search engine starts by 28.12.2016)

Why fees are less ?

We know that each one has clear focus and though all the interviews are accessible free to all, the search engine is accessible only to interview content members.

We want each one to understand answers to questions related to sustainability & reputation of the organisation, the products and branding required plus the scenario of the country in 2020, 2030, 2050

If one calculates the cost of content membership, one can easily say that the fee is too less but we want donors to invest more money in donation and NGOs to invest more time for communities, and hence this small amount of fee.

Fees to search & see interviews (Fees are same for NGOs, corporates, FAs, celebrities
Fees From 01.04.2017
Type NGOs & Non NGOs
Our fees Rs 10000/-
Service tax As applicable
Total fees Rs 10000/- + ST
Out of India USD 175
Membership form  
Some of the questions will be : Corporate / funding agency selection criteria of NGOs with which they will work for community development, NGO criteria for selection of corporate / funding agency, funding or campaigning criteria by celebrities, succession planning criteria, scenario of country in 2020, 2030, 2050, Sustainability and Reputation of brand, programme & organisation
Membership : Interview content membership
Period : Content membership of interviews
From 28.03.2017 to 31.03.2018

Interview content membership
Access to interviews taken from 75 plus countries across the world.
Interviews have already started and by March 2018, we plan to cover a minimum of 7300 people interviews which means more than 21000 questions & answers.

To ensure your time value, we plan to break the interview into questions and when we ask say 4 questions to one person on programme, scenario of the country in 2030, scenario of the issue in 2020, succession planning, they are shared as 4 different types.
This also is good because if someone is interested in seeing scenario of various countries in 2030, then they can select country challenges as issue type and select coutries in issue and see all the interviews related to country challenges in respective countries.

Interviews will be of NGO leaders, CSR leaders, Funding agency professionals, philanthropists, media, community members who experience social issues like disability, senior citizens, livelihood ....

How to use the search engine for interviews
Select the type. There are many types like

1) Business Process
Administration, Advertising, After Sales, Awards, Board, Business Continuity, Carbon Neutral, Cause Related Marketing, Conservation, Consumer Satisfaction, Corporate affairs, Cost savings, Emissions, Extended Producers Responsibility, Finance, Governance, HR, Industrial Relations, Information Technology, Innovation, Innovation - Base of pyramid, Innovation - Green, Jobs created Disabled, Jobs created for locals, Jobs created for poor, Jobs created for Women, Labour, Legal, Logistics, Management Continuity, Manufacturing, Marketing, Materials, Mining, Occupational Health, Packaging, Patents, Process effect, Procurement, Product effect, Product Innovations, Public Relations, Quality Control, Recycle, Rehabilitation, Replenishment, Research, Responsible Consumption, Safety, Science Education, Services, Supply Chain, Technology, Waste Management, Women Participation

2) Community & Philanthropy - This shares various social issues
Interviews will have questions related to social issues, so select social issue you want

3) Country challenge - Challenges countrywise. Select country.
Interviews related to countries, so select country related to the interview you want to see
e.g. Scenario in 2020, 2030 or 2050

4) Environment & climate change
Biodiversity, Carbon Footprint, Climate Change, Electricity consumption, Energy, Energy - Solar, Energy - Wind, Energy Efficiency, Environment, Forestry, GHG Emissions, Land Management, Ozone Depleting Susbstances, Paper consumption, Recycling, Waste disposal - Electronic elements, Waste disposal - sewage and other, Water, Water - Efficiency of use, Water - Recycling, Water - Reduction in consumption, Water - RWH

5) People & planet policies -
Accountability, Accounting Practices, Addiction, Adoption, Advertising, Affirmative Action, Bribery, Capacity Building, Child Labour, Climate Change, Code of conduct, Competition, Confidential information and trade secrets, Conflicts of interest, Content policy, Corporate accountability, Corporate hospitality, Data Protection, Disclosure policy, Diversity, Employee relations, Employing Disabled, Energy, Environment, Ethics, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered (GLBT), Gender, Grant, Health, HIV/AIDS, Human Resources, Human Rights, Inclusivity, Material sourcing, Maternity Leave, Mining, Orientation and exit, Other Policies, Paternity Leave, Philanthropic support, Political Donations & support, Privacy, Product Donations, Product policy, Project financing, Public policy, Quality, Safety Policy, Securities Trading, Sexual Harrasment, Shareholder resolutions, Shareowner relations, SHE policy, Stakeholder management, Supplier relations, Supply Chain, Whistle blower policy, Women participation, Worker Exploitation

6) Regulation : Government, industry, international, self

7) Reporting
All in one comprehensive report, Annual Report, CR Report, CSR Report, for academicia, for advocacy groups, for alumni, for analysts, for citizens, for clients, for communities, for consultants, for consumers, for contract Labour, for dealers, for employees , for environmental groups, for global media, for governments, for investors, for lenders, for media, For members of parliament / congress / senate .., for NGOs, for partners, alliances , for potential employees - industry, for potential employees - students, for religious leaders, for shareholders, for social groups, for supply chain, for volunteers, Global Compact Report, GRI Report, GRI - G3.1 Report, Performance Report, SHE / EHS Report, Sustainability Report

8) Reputation

9) Roots
Ethics, Governance, Privacy, Purpose, Safety, Transparency, Trust, Values, Workplace

10) Signatory issues
CEO Water Mandate, Equator Principles, Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Global Compact, Global Sullivan Principles, UN Anticorruption Policy, UN Convention against Corruption, UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UNEP Finance Initiative

11) Stakeholders
Academicia, Advocacy Groups, Alliances, Alumni, Analysts, Award organisers, Citizens, Communities, Competitors, Consultants, Consumers, Contract Labour, Customers, Dealers, Employees, Environmental Groups, Families of employees, Government, Industry Associations, Investors, Lenders, Media, Member of parliament, NGOs, Partners, Potential employees, Rankers, Religious Leaders, Shareholders, Social Groups, Suppliers, Vendors, Volunteers

12) Sustainability
Brand Sustainability, Capacity Building, Demand side sustainability, Environmental Risk, Financial Risk Assurance, Image Risk Assurance, Innovation related risks, M & A risks, Management Structure, Market Risks & Opportunities, Organisation Sustainability, People Selection, Product / Service Sustainability, Project Execution Risks, Protectionism in markets, Raw Material Assurance, Reputation, Reputational Risk, Risk from certain societal groups, Service model redundancy, Supply side sustainability, Talent / People Sustainability

13) Systems & indices
Cleantech Index, Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes, FTSE4Good, Global Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index , ISO 14001, ISO 9001, ISO others, ISO/IEC 17025:2005, ISO/TS 16949, KLD 400 Social Index, NASDAQ OMX CRD Global , Sustainability 50 Index, OEKO TEX-100, OHSAS 18001, SA 8000, WilderHill Clean Energy Index

Each interview will be more than 1 question but...
To ensure that interview content member searches THE question, we will divide the interviews into related number of questions e.g. 4 questions like status of elementary education, status of the country in 2020, how to ensure sustainability of the organisation, how to enhance reputation of the organisation... so the questions are named as name of the interviewee - question asked. To summarise, we may interview one person but may ask her / him 3 or 5 or 10 questions and so we will share the same person's interview 3, 5 or 10 times with one question in the interview.

Content membership of interviews is useful because :
One knows how to address the social challenge or future of the country in 2020, 2030, 2050 or how to address key issues like sustainability & reputation of the organisation ....

Countries other than India, the fee is USD
The fees for all the countries other than India is in USD.
It is not the dollar rate of your country but USD. It is also not Euro / Pounds / Franc / Dirham / Yuan Renminbirate / Ringgit / Peso or any other currency including Rupee in some countries.
The fee includes USD 10 which is the transer fee with our bank.
Our content membership fee is the funds we must receive.
Any other fees like fees to your bank in your country for the transfer, has to be paid by the members to their bank.

Password to one user
Password can be used only by one person at any time. If it is given to the other person and she / he uses it at any time, then no other person can use the same password at the same time.

Change in fees as per government service tax structure
The fee may change as per the tax structure of Indian government. We have to pay taxes to the Indian government. (We know that the tax is invested in people / communities / infrastructure for the development of the Indian nation, so tax is not treated as a financial liability but it is an integral part of our responsibility).

Please note the following about content membership
- it is for online access only.
- it is for only one username & password at a timea which means the site can be accessed by one individual who uses this username & password at any given time.

Please pay fees by bank transfer
State Bank of India
Gokhale Road, Naupada
Thane (West) branch.
C/B a/c no : 32704401177
IFSC code : SBIN0005354

We encourage you to send the fees by bank transfer.
Use of paper (cheque/DD plus letter plus envelope) results in indirectly cutting of trees, which is what we want every citizen to avoid. The cost of bank transfer is less than cost of post / courier.

If you want to send membership form & fees by post / courier, send it to :
The Accounts Executive
Corporate Sustainability and Reputation Consulting Pvt. Ltd.
Devendra Apartments
Sahyog Mandir Road
Ghantali, Naupada,
Thane 400602
Maharashtra, India
Phones : 0 97694 73599 or
0 97694 64033

Note :
1) We will not accept any fees between 16.03.2017 to 31.03.2017
2) Please note that the fees are same for NGOs as well as Non NGOs & individuals
3) No journalist or publisher or volunteer (either online journalist / newspaper - magazie - tabloid journalist) can copy the interviews.
4) We are happy to partner with media in countries other than India & also with some specific media in India.
Partner media can copy the requested interviews and there is no cost attached to partnership with the only condition that they must publish that the interviews are taken from CSRidentity.com