CJAM springs forward as four new employees join the team

CJAM, the award-winning marketing and association management agency based in Colchester, is springing forward with new team members across the business. CJAM Group welcomes back Lucy French, Marketing Director, after a four-month career break. Lucy’s remit is to spearhead the marketing team, as creative and strategic lead, driving through hard-working campaigns that deliver real value…

In search of a second act: find your superpower

There are an increasing number of older women starting new businesses, as the preconceived barriers to seeing themselves as an entrepreneur fall away. As both Baby Boomers and early Generation Xers have grown up grasping equality with both hands, many reach a point in their careers where running their own business seems the next inevitable step.

Spring has nearly sprung

As we swiftly move into Spring, and you realise that January’s resolutions to make a change to your brand both online and offline still haven’t materialised, then now is the time to start your Spring, simply with 3 tips to spring clean your marketing. Measure ROI Measuring ROI is not only financially beneficial for your…

History for CJAM with The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings’ new Old House Show

CJAM Group has been selected to launch The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings’ new Old House Show, which takes place Friday 7 to Saturday 8 September 2018 at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London.  The two-day free-to-attend event will bring together the best of everything it does under one roof, with…

The opportunities GDPR brings – Part One

In this, our fourth article on GDPR, which comes into effect in May, we consider its wider implications for marketing professionals, and examine whether it may mark a new impetus for more traditional marketing tools, as well as social media in all its many forms. We’ve been preparing our clients for the arrival of GDPR…

New Year, new Facebook algorithm…

Facebook announced its latest change to its news feed algorithm this week, prompting a range of mixed emotions from agencies and influencers. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, declared that the new algorithm will prioritise posts that encourage meaningful interactions between people and that content will be prioritised, with posts from friends and family to appear…