Wednesday January 29, 2020

CEP-Research offers individual, multi-user and corporate subscriptions, including options for republishing rights.

Individual subscriptions

The individual subscription (per person) costs 375 EUR a year.

This automatically includes:
Multi-user licence / Corporate Licence

For larger companies and international organisations CEP-Research offers multi-user licences and corporate licences.

The multi-user licence

  • Offers access to a limited number of users (max. 300)

The corporate licence

  • Offers access to an unlimited number

Included Services

Basic services

  • Access to the daily news / exclusive features and interviews
  • Daily and / or Weekly newsletter
  • Access to a searchable news archive

Additional services

The following services can be added individually to the basic services for an additional cost:

  • Rights to store internally the news items in a short-term “Latest News” archive for a period of 3 months
  • Rights to republish the news contents for any internal use (e.g. newsletters, intranet news sections)
  • Access to the CEP-Research RSS news feed, allowing the licensee to upload on a daily basis the latest news items from CEP-Research and to display them within an intranet website.


The corporate and multi-user licences are offered at substantially discounted prices. Both licences are priced at a flat rate on an annual subscription basis. The pricing depends on:

  • Size of your company / Number of users
  • Additional services to be included within the licence


If you are interested in a multi-user / corporate licence, please contact us at We would have a clearer understanding of your needs if you specify the number of users and if applicable the additional services to be included in the licence. We would be happy to make you an offer on the basis of your requirements.

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