Christmas Offer 2019 – Santa is Early!

Posted on the 6th November 2019

Giving fever has started early this year at the ASVB, and here’s a Christmas offer you don’t want to miss…

For the FIRST TIME EVER we’re giving 20% OFF ALL LICENCES!!

That’s right, you’ll receive a 12-month User Licence for 20% OFF the usual price!

This offer applies on top of our usual 15% not-for-profit discount – so you guys will effectively be receiving 35% OFF of the full price of a licence!

And any of you big fish out there, can save up to $12,800!

So here’s the fine print:

  • You must be a  First-Time ASVB Subscriber
  • You must join the ASVB before 12th December 2019 to receive a 20% DISCOUNT off our standard licence fees.

That’s right, you’ll receive a 12-month User Licence for 20% LESS – that’s a saving of up to $12,800!

Of course, you’ll receive all of the usual subscription inclusions:

  • Unlimited Users from across your organisation
  • Unlimited social value calculations
  • Unlimited Impact Valuation Statements
  • Free access to ASVB training webinars
  • Bespoke on-boarding training webinar
  • 8 hours individual consultancy support to get you up and running (valued at $1,600)
  • Access to our online ASVB Community of Practice, where you can ask questions and share best practice with other ASVB Users

STRICTLY FOR A LIMITED TIME AND UNLIKELY EVER TO BE REPEATED!

Don’t miss out!

Register here to get your 20% Discount Now!

Please see our ASVB Licence Fees page for more information on subscribing.

Terms and Conditions  – Organisations must be first-time subscribers. Payment of licence fees must be received in full by ASVB prior to 12 December 2019.

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