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The benefits of association management

  • April 19, 2013

Running a busy association or membership organisation is both highly challenging and rewarding. Outsourcing all or just some of the many different activities involved to experienced association management professionals can pay dividends by freeing you up to focus on really driving your organisation forward. With six years’ experience of managing associations of all shapes and sizes across different industry sectors, CJAM is well placed to be your strategic association management partner.

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£300 million boost for SME lending

  • April 11, 2013

Small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) struggling to access finance received a boost today as the Business Secretary Vince Cable launched the first phase of the new business bank.

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Google set to help 30,000 small charities go online

  • February 13, 2013

Google has just launched a new campaign to help 30,000 of Britain’s smallest charities boost their fundraising through online tools and the internet. Established in partnership with the Media Trust and Charity Technology Trust, the ‘Grow Your Charity Online’ initiative will provide free training and tools for smaller charities across the country, reports The Guardian. It comprises an online learning hub, specialised training, workshops and live events.

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CJAM’s social media predictions for 2013

  • January 17, 2013

Social media is an indispensable channel to communicate with customers and stakeholders, and used effectively, can help generate sales enquiries, raise your profile and establish strong relationships with existing customers. With many social media predictions circulating for the New Year, our resident social media expert Courtney adds her own to the mix.

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Intrepid adventurers attempt ultimate automotive challenge

  • December 11, 2012

Two adventurers are driving from Cape Town to London in a Fiat Panda to raise funds for Farm Africa, a charity tackling acute hunger in East Africa. Phil Young and Paul Brace will drive the Panda 1,000 miles a day in what could be considered the ultimate automotive challenge in a reasonably priced car! The city car, equipped with a standard 875cc engine, will make the journey in just ten days. If they succeed, the pair will create a new world record.

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Employee engagement is vital to business success

  • December 3, 2012

The UK could deliver up to £26bn GDP growth by better engaging its employees, a new report from the Engage for Success task force reveals. CEOs from across the UK came together earlier this month to call for every leader and manager in the economy to help tackle the UK’s employee engagement deficit by inspiring and motivating their workforces.

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Heseltine Review: A new partnership for growth

  • November 2, 2012
On Tuesday, 31st October the Heseltine Review was published. The report “No Stone Unturned in Pursuit of Growth“ was conducted by Lord Heseltine and published by the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).
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