The Clinical and Contract Research Association (CCRA) has announced the launch of affiliate membership package.
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.
The International Special Events Society (ISES) has officially changed its name to the International Live Events Association (ILEA)
This was announced on May 2nd via a video broadcast, presented by international president Jodi Collen CSEP.
Jane Smallman CSci CMarSci FIMarEST was appointed 114th President of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) at its 127th Annual General Meeting on Friday 18th March 2016. Jane is the first woman to hold the position in the Institute’s 127-year history.
Nathan Stower has been appointed as Chief Executive of the British Air Transport Association (BATA), the trade body representing UK-registered airlines.
The TGA welcome their new Chairman Patrick Harte, General Manager of Cornerway’s Nursery in Norfolk. And a huge thank-you to Bernard Sparkes who has been skillfully fulfilling this role for the past 12 months.
The latest PKF Littlejohn Survey on the membership sector, “Proceeding with Caution”, has just been released.
Some of the statistics quoted in the PKF Littlejohn report might best be described as sobering. For instance, the report questions the sustainability of existing membership packages. No organisation surveyed had raised their fees for a comparable year-on-year package of services in two years! In 2015, 26% of organisations surveyed claimed to offer more services for the same fee whilst 41% reported no change in fees or services offered.
The Lawn Tennis Association has announced it will offer 10,000 free tennis lessons to young children as part of a new initiative to increase participation numbers in the sport.
The Marketing Agencies Association has appointed Tim Bourne as its new chairman. He replaces Simon Hathaway who has completed his statutory two-year term in the role.
Former England skipper Andrew Flintoff has been named the new president of the Professional Cricketers’ Association. The 38-year-old, elected at the PCA’s annual general meeting held in Birmingham on Tuesday, will succeed fellow Lancastrian and ex-England player and coach David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd.