Ten London charities and social enterprise projects have benefited from contactless donations made by Londoners on the Transport for London network and participating retailers in the Penny for London scheme. Supported…
The members of the NAG and the BJA have voted unanimously in favour of unifying the two trade associations at a London meeting.
Here at CJAM we like to support good causes, and particularly when we can help towards improving people’s health and wellbeing. Our colleague Lisa Dalton has taken the lead in sourcing excess running kit from her local running club to donate to A Mile in her Shoes, a great charity that helps women from all walks of life to enjoy the benefits of running.
CJAM’s Managing Director Christine Joyce will be speaking at the Membership Excellence (MEMX) 2015 conference in London in March. Hosted by MemberWise, the popular one-day event will see associations and membership organisations from across the UK come together to learn and share best practice in successful membership development. CJAM will also be a key sponsor of the conference.
The Royal London Society for Blind People and the Royal Blind Society will retain separate identities but have one strong voice, says RLSB chief Tom Pey. If you would like…
The International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers’ (STM) will host the Innovations Seminar 2013 at the Congress Centre, Great Russell Street, London, on December 4. This annual London-event brings together the industry’s most established thinkers and bright up-and-coming future stars to give attendees an insight into the hottest innovations and vital technological trends and developments which will define STM publishing for years to come.
The Commonwealth Students’ Association (CSA) has launched its new website and membership recruitment drive.
UK businesses keen to protect their products and technologies through patents and design rights may benefit from changes proposed by a new Intellectual Property Bill, says the Intellectual Property Office.
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.