The Association of Translation Companies (ATC) has selected CJAM to be its Association Management company with immediate effect. Following a competitive pitch, CJAM won the business by demonstrating a comprehensive and strategic understanding of associations, their requirements and challenges.
ATC is one of the oldest translation professional groups in the world, representing the interests of its 180 members drawn from leading companies in Britain and abroad. It is a founding member of the European Union of Association of Translation Companies.
The association liaises with government on behalf of members on issues affecting the profession as well as supplying information to anyone requiring the services of a translator, advising on specific fields and particular requests.
CJAM will be providing a range of core services including secretariat, member management and communications.
One of CJAM’s first projects for ATC will be to deliver its upcoming annual conference in September from logistics and administration, through to support on the day.
ATC Chairman, Roy Allkin, said: “CJAM’s knowledge and innate awareness of what our association requires to operate effectively and productively for the benefit of members and our industry is exactly what we were looking for in appointing a professional association management company. The enthusiasm and commitment of the team and their ability to do a sterling job is tangible.”
Christine Joyce, Managing Director of CJAM, said: “Our demonstrable experience and successes not only in association management but across the full array of marketing disciplines, sets us apart. CJAM has had a strong start to 2017 and the flexibility and breadth of our service offering is proving to be a strong factor in our acquisition of new business.”