October is Tyre Safety Month, and CJAM works in partnership with TyreSafe, the leading UK tyre safety charity, to coordinate, create and distribute a range of marketing and campaign materials to drive home core tyre safety messages and drive behaviour change.
Award winning, Colchester-based CJ Association Management has strengthened its list of association clients, following a new account win.
CJAM has been appointed by the Crime Writers’ Association – an association set up 60 years ago to support, promote and celebrate this successful writing genre.
Chaired by British writer Len Tyler, an author of comic crime fiction such as the Elsie and Ethelred mysteries, the association has almost 700 members.
Each year, the Crime Writers’ Association runs the prestigious Dagger Awards, celebrating the best in crime writing.
“Being selected by Crime Writers’ Association is fantastic news for CJAM,” said Christine Joyce, Managing Director of the CJ Association Management. “We are looking forward to working with the association and supporting its work and membership.”
Established in 2008, CJAM provides a host of secretariat, management and administrative support services for a wide range of associations across the UK. Its expertise and outsourced approach helps associations run efficiently, increase and manage their membership and communicate with members whilst delivering services which are value for money.
CJAM has a diverse portfolio of association clients, including TyreSafe – the country’s tyre safety not-for-profit, the Materials Handling Engineers Association, the Association of Manufacturers and Suppliers of Power Systems and Ancillary Equipment and the Tyre Recovery Association.
Such an approach has become increasingly valued in recent years, with many associations looking at increasingly creative ways to boost engagement levels with their members and outsourcing administrative, marketing and other key services.