Participants

 

Participants - Benefits

Founder, Contributor and Sponsor benefits.

Above all, as a participant you can use CUC as a 'Tool' to suit
your needs. The flexibility of CUC will enable participants to
use it as any, or all, of the following:

  • A training tool
  • A marketing tool
  • A research & development tool
  • A networking tool 
 

 

Category Benefits
   
FOUNDER 1. A seat on the Foundation Council.

2. Delegate places on each course at 15% reduction of course fees.

3. A fee of CHF 1,200 for every event organised by a Founder.
   
CONTRIBUTOR 1. A seat on the Foundation Council.

2. Delegate places on each course at 15% reduction of course fees. 

3. A fee of CHF 1,200 for every event organised by a Contributor.
   
B - SPONSOR  Delegate places on each course at 10% reduction of course fees. 
   
C - SPONSOR  Delegate places on each course at 5% reduction of course fees. 
   
D - SPONSOR  -
   
Associate
Individual
SPONSOR 
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Further benefits:

  • Access to a facility that, by the nature and diversity of its industry participants, is able to provide high quality, theoretical and practical training programmes for the underground construction sector – thus providing a cost effective alternative to time consuming, expensive and often inadequate "in-house" training of employees.
  • Access to a facility that may be used by participating companies for the instruction and training of their customers (real & potential) in the use of their materials, products and techniques.
  • The availability of a facility where actual underground conditions may be simulated and experienced.
  • Active participation in an industry network where joint, or individual, Research & Development projects can be established and co-ordinated.
  • Company sponsored Events will enable companies to describe and demonstrate, to a selectively invited audience, new products and systems.
  • The opportunity to network with other participants of CUC and establish working relationships for mutual benefit.
  • The introduction, through networking, of companies to new and extended markets for their products.
  • Increased market exposure to bodies outside CUC by the inclusion of articles and press releases about participants in the bi-annually published CUC Newsletter.
  • Inclusion of participants in the proposed CUC website, www.icguc.com, which will act as a showcase for CUC and contain links to its Founders, Contibutors and Sponsors websites.