As a non-profit organisation, members are a vital part of the growing international ecch family. Membership will be of interest to your organisation if you are, or would like to be, a regular user or producer of cases. It will save you money and make case use more convenient. ecch looks forward to welcoming you as a member.
Who can be a member?
Membership is available to educational organisations, or departments at educational organisations, worldwide. This includes organisations open to the public, such as universities and business schools, whose primary aim is education. Non-profit and charitable organisations also qualify. Please note that if your organisation has campuses in more than one country each campus may require a different membership account.
Discounts for educational member organisations in the developing world
ecch recognises that pricing can be a barrier to using a broad range of teaching materials and therefore, offers a range of discounts according to a country’s World Bank status and the full-time MBA programme tuition fees at the organisation applying for educational membership. Find out more
Seamless delivery of ecch materials via your course area or eReader app
Available only to members, this service provides students with a seamless experience when accessing course materials via your course area or eReader app. Terms and conditions apply.
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Free access to the Prendismo Collection of over 15,000 2-minute clips from experts covering over 200 topics on business, leadership and entrepreneurship. Find out more
You will be invoiced for purchased ecch services, non-members must pre-pay. If required, your account can be customised to only allow specified staff to use the account facility. All orders are subject to ecch's terms of business.
A membership account team
Your account team is available to help your organisation maximise the benefits of membership.
Limit on shipping charges
Shipping charges are capped on large volume orders.
Discount on case training and advance notice of events
Royalties on case sales
ecch will pay royalties, annually, on sales of cases authored at your organisation.
Members receive advance notice of ecch case method workshops and a 10% discount on all open workshop bookings.
Case writing scholarships
Ten ecch Philip Law scholarships are available each year to support research students in developing a teaching case from their data.
Special privileges for qualifying members in developing countries
Discount (from 80% to 40% depending on eligibility) per case copy ordered (some restrictions apply)
Case method workshops
ecch will offer specific, local case method training programmes for users located in countries eligible for discounts. These workshops will run throughout the year and discounts on the pre-determined workshop fee will apply (from 80% to 40% depending on eligibility).
How much does membership cost?
ecch charges members an annual fee of €220/£170
(value added tax) at the standard rate must be added to the fee by all organisations in the UK and by organisations in the EU that do not have a VAT number. Membership runs for twelve months from the month it is taken out. Please note that your membership fee must be paid in full before your organisation can benefit from its membership privileges.
List of current members