Can my spouse (or business partner) and I share a membership for our business?
Memberships on GastroTerra are for individuals or businesses as follows:
Individual memberships must be in individual names for each person. You can choose free or premium memberships, or choose different membership types for each person, according to your needs. If you want multiple people to have a "connected" membership, then you should choose the business membership type. It is against the terms of service for 2 or more people to use 1 membership (free, student or professional levels).
You can use your company names as your profile name ONLY for business level memberships. Business memberships start with a package of 5 memberships included.
Do you have a free or discounted or student membership plans?
If you're looking for a free membership, we do offer a free membership in our GastroTerra online food travel trade community. If you are a part-time or full-time student, you can enjoy a discounted student membership in our GastroTerra community. The ...
Can I have a membership in my company's name?
In our GastroTerra community, people sign up as an individual because the community is designed for networking among industry professionals. It is not a directory to list your company's products or services. That said, you have the option to sign up ...
Do you offer any member, media, student or group discounts for your events?
ASSOCIATION MEMBERS If you are a premium member of our Association on GastroTerra, your membership includes one complimentary registration per year at a FoodTreX event of your choice (any that are directly produced by our Association, either ...
How do I get the most out of my membership in GastroTerra?
GastroTerra is where you can learn, share, network, and find inspiration with other members of the Association. Depending on the type of membership you have, you can search for and contact members who might be prospects for your business; pose ...
We live in a country where our income is limited. How can we afford to join?
Are you considering membership based on your personal income or business income? If you manage a hotel or tour company (for example) and charge your customers in US dollars, Euros, or Australian dollars (for example), then your pricing is most likely ...