CJAM has been shortlisted for a CIPR PRide Award, for its 2016 Don’t chance it, Check it campaign for TyreSafe, a longstanding association client. Organised by the Chartered Institute for Public Relations, the CIPR Awards recognise the outstanding work agencies have been delivering for clients and employers across the country.
Team CJAM gathered in Colchester Castle Park on Sunday, together with hundreds of other women (and a few brave men) to complete the 2017 Race for Life in aid of Cancer Research. The fair weather was a bonus, if a little warm for strenuous exercise, and the ‘going’ was dry. All in all, a great…Details
ELSA, the European Life Settlement Association, has appointed CJAM to provide a range of Association Management services. CJAM was selected from several possible competitors because of its proven expertise and existing client list together with the experience and professionalism of the team.Details
June 1 sees the start of Volunteers’ Week and CJAM is celebrating the difference we make to our communities. In recognition of the contribution many of our team members make, we’ll be raising a glass to thank everyone for sparing a few hours to volunteer.
CJAM’s new website has just gone live. Designed and built in-house, the new site demonstrates the company’s experience and proficiency in creating this crucial marketing tool.
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.
The annual conference for AMPS (The Association of Manufacturers and Suppliers of Power Systems and ancillary equipment) took place on Thursday 9 March, organised by CJAM. ‘Generating a Worldwide Difference’ was held at One George Street, the prestigious Westminster address, which is the headquarters of the Institution of Civil Engineers.Details
Previously, we’ve outlined the changes in data protection laws due when the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 28 May 2018. Here, we’ve identified ten areas to examine. in order to comply, plus some FAQs.