Collective members. Companies:
Producer companies: those who identify and want to contribute to the objectives of the Institute for reasons of corporate social responsibility or corporate reputation. These members contribute an annual fee based on their size (micro, small , medium and large companies), based on the definition that makes the Recommendation 2003/361/EC of 6 May 2003. Companies producing economically collaborate in conducting research and outreach activities of the IPS, or to obtain a Certification of Reference, automatically and free of charge acquire the membership for the relevant period (annual program of activities or duration certification, as appropriate).
Marketers: those who identify and want to contribute to the objectives of the Institute for reasons of corporate social responsibility or corporate reputation. Marketers collaborate economically in conducting research and outreach activities of the IPS, or to include in their procurement organization criteria or benchmark requirement of IPS, automatically and free of charge acquire the membership for the corresponding period (annual program of activities or duration of the request to its suppliers, as applicable) .
Consulting or advisory: those that also identify with the objectives of the IPS, preferentially want access to the content developed by the Institute and incorporate this knowledge into its business strategy.
Audit: those that are accredited by the IPS for verification of the various standards defined in the reference.
They are people. Experts, teachers, private or public professionals (who work in companies - in the areas of CSR, quality, sustainability , corporate reputation, marketing, etc - . , Or government), students, journalists, legislators, or interested in subjects.
Son institutions, both private and public (government and public agencies , legislative bodies, etc. . ) To express their support and agreement with the principles and objectives of the IPS.
Referring to natural or legal persons to which the IPS provides this recognition in consideration of its contribution to the goals of the Institute.
Including universities, knowledge, business organizations and other representative organizations (environmentalists, consumers and others) that enter into an agreement of collaboration or cooperation with the IPS to achieve the objectives of the Institute.