This is a license for one year of unrestricted access to BSB Premium Content by one named designated user, it allows business related use.
If you work in Pharma, Biotech, Financial Services or Consulting then the presumption is your use is business related, and a corporate or business license will be required. The burden is on you to persuade/convince us otherwise.
The “Titanium” business use license permits commercial, business use of content, but posts cannot be shared with others, a separate sharing license must be purchased for this. If you have a team or group who would like to read BSB, we do offer multi-user discounts. Each user who wishes to read BSB premium content needs to have their own access as a designated user.
If a company or organisation will be paying for your BSB subscription or you are expensing it or you are in a management or executive role and the company will benefit from your access, then a business license will be required, even if you are the only user or are paying for it yourself.
If you work in Communications, PR, Media or Consulting then you must contact us first prior to any purchase to discuss how you plan to use our content. We reserve the right to decline any purchases at our sole discretion.
To complete your purchase on a mobile device (iPad/iPhone), you may need to disable any pop-up blocker in Safari or other browser. We require users to have a strong password with a minimum of 12 characters that includes a mix of numbers, symbols, capital letters and lower-case letters.
We expect all purchasers of a Titanium license to use a business related email address in the name of the company or organisation who will be paying for the license or from whom the cost will be expensed or reimbursed.
If your use is business related but you are paying for this yourself, then a personal email is permissible.
However, if a company or organisation later shows us that they in fact paid for the Titanium level subscription, we will upon request transfer the license into their name, and they will then be able to decide who the designated user should be for the unexpired portion of any subscription.