To provide practical solutions to problems and issues corporate professionals face in business.
Actionable and straightforward advice and solutions.
- Each item must have at least one takeaway.
- Each item will relate to a specific subject/category from those covered by the site.
Primarily corporate professionals interested in, and looking for, advice and solutions.
Style and Format
Although format and personal writing style may vary, items should generally follow:
- Problem/Issue identified.
- Solutions and or failed attempts.
How to lists, numerated steps to solve, and similar are highly recommended. Graphics either provided by contributor or can be supplied by publication. Short sentences (25 words maximum), sub-headings are recommended. One link within the text is permitted
500-800 words, however submissions of any length will be considered and may be published via multiple parts. Contributors must provide a bio and, if desirous, a headshot photo and contact details.
- Each submission requires the green light to be published i.e. approved, proofed and edited as necessary.
- Each submission must be original and exclusive to The Corporate Affair.
Although submissions may be contestable or controversial, no item will be published that is offensive, defamatory, breaks a law or recommends breaches of a law, or does not meet the Editors discretionary consideration.
General and Legal
Contributors are required to disclose any actual or potential conflict of interest, including but not limited to any financial interest in any product, firm, or commercial venture relevant to their submission. Failure to do so will result in prominently placed corrections.
Submissions, once published, may be republished by the contributor with approval and reference to original publication on The Corporate Affair. Evergreen content will require periodic review and update where necessary. The submission may be reposted by The Corporate Affair.
You grant The Corporate Affair a royalty-free and irrevocable licence to do any act comprised in the copyright (including reproducing, publishing, performing or communicating to the public) in relation to stories, material or information you contribute.
For your protection, please understand that by submitting a contribution to The Corporate Affair, you accept full responsibility for ensuring that in making your contribution your intellectual property rights are not lost or diminished. The Corporate Affair does not warrant any material or information you contribute will be protected against loss, misuse or alteration by third parties.
In particular, The Corporate Affair does not warrant you will not suffer loss or diminution of any intellectual property rights you own or may be able to obtain in relation to any material or information you contribute.
If your contribution includes material in which the copyright is owned by another person or entity, you warrant you have obtained all necessary permissions, authorisations, licences and consents required for the use of such materials (including for the department to reproduce, publish, perform or communicate to the public), and have made arrangements for the payment of any royalties or other fees payable in respect of the use of such material.