What is a communication partner?
A Communications Partner is an organisation, business or community group who have access to reach more than 1,000 people through their communication channels, and are willing to help spread the word about how important it is to join Register4.
Can any organisation become a partner?
Any business/organisation can become a partner if they have access to more than 1,000 members/employees, 18 years and over and are approved by the Register4 team. It is important to ensure the goals and values of our Communications Partners are aligned with those of Register4.
What does a Communications Partner do?
Our Communications Partners help drive recruitment via their communication channels by sending approved Register4 information. For example, this may be by including our information in an e-newsletter, at conferences and expos, an external/internal email, advertising, website, social media and/or other relevant channels.
What are the benefits for a Communications Partner?
When a Communications Partner aligns their organisation with us, we acknowledge their valuable contribution on the Register4 Supporters’ page and also through social media for the duration of the relationship. You will also be aligning your culture and branding to one of Australia’s most respected and well known Foundations.
Is a Communications Partner expected to provide financial support to Register4?
No. As a Communication Partner, your main role is to help Register4 reach as many people as possible through your existing communication channels.
How does a Communications Partner know if they are helping you?
When a member joins Register4 they are asked where they heard about us, and this de-identified information can be provided to interested Communication Partners.
How do I become a Communications Partner?