Subscription costs, excluding VAT, for new members are as follows:
Reduced Subscription for SMBs*
*SMBs defined as having less than £3m sales revenue to the end of the last financial year, from all sources, worldwide from the perspective of the ultimate holding company in a group.
Members resolved at the AGM in December 2014 to have subscription fees increase annually by an increment calculated as (the annual change in RPI +2% rounded up to nearest £10). This will be calculated in December each year on the ONS figure for RPI to the end of the preceding November and applied to all renewals from January 1st starting in 2016. VAT will be added in accordance with prevailing regulations.
Reduced subscriptions for start-ups
The membership also resolved to introduce from 1 February 2015 two rates for young and embryonic Cloud businesses, available on a monthly recurring subscription only.
The first rate is for UK-based organisations (these must be independent, autonomous units, it is not intended for divisions of larger organisations). The second, separate rate is for non-UK organisations (irrespective of the parent’s size) when they are first setting up an office in the UK and have revenues less than £1m attributable to the branch.
Becoming a member of EuroCloud UK has many benefits, including:
"We have found EuroCloud events to be both informative as well as great networking events and are pleased to be part of this growing ecosystem for those interested in the fast-growing sector of Cloud computing. Having attended both UK and Ireland events we can endorse that the contacts you make at EuroCloud events are invaluable.” – Ian Moyse, EMEA Channel Director, Webroot
“EuroCloud membership has been extremely beneficial to Esker UK, helping us plan our go-to-market strategy. EuroCloud participants include some very experienced contacts from some of the most successful companies in the market, including SAP and Microsoft. Being able to bounce ideas between these trusted advisers has made a massive difference to developing Esker Cloud Business in the UK.” – James Elkington, Managing Director, Esker Ltd.