IR Leader
September 12, 2017
Know any IROs or industry suppliers who could benefit from a CIRI membership? Refer a new member and you receive a $100 credit towards your annual membership renewal, Annual Conference registration or Essentials of IR registration.

Why Should You Refer New Members?
  • To enhance and strengthen your community of peers for collaboration and networking.
  • To ensure CIRI’s continued growth and support of Canada’s IR profession.
  • To save on your membership renewal, Annual Conference registration or Essentials of IR registration.
How Does the CIRI Refer a Friend Program Work?
Simply refer a friend or acquaintance who works in or supplies the IR profession to become a member by completing our online membership application.

How Will CIRI Know Who Referred the Member?
The membership application form has a “Referral” section. Prospective members must complete this, citing you as the referral, for you to receive your $100 credit.

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