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This presentation was created and delivered at a number of national conferences/events by MemberWise Network Founder, Richard Gott. It contains a definition of what CPD is, scheme types/options, an overiew of how CPD has evolved over the past 20 years and top tips (and case studies) showing how effective schemes can deliver great results! The [...]
What is a Royal Charter? Why would you want one? What are the criteria?Many years ago the only way to publicly incorporate a body was by way of a Royal Charter.Today, there are approximately 400 active chartered organisations and some organisations still consider it worthwhile to seek a Royal Charter.
In this MemberWise Insight we interview Investor Relations Society (IRS) Head of Membership and Marketing, Robert Dann, to find out more about his recent membership database/CRM implementation journey.
Presented by Jacqui Nelson, NelsonCroom, at Harnessing the Web 2013. Download presentation... Find out more about our next conference at www.harnessingtheweb.com
In this MemberWise Insight Amanda Rosewarne, Director of CPD Accreditation & Research at the CPD Standards Office (part of the Professional Development Consortium) introduces her organisation.
In this MemberWise Insight we interview Veena about the current CIMA e-Mentoring pilot that is being conducted with up to 1,000 student members.
You invest lots of time and money into your conference or meeting; getting the speakers right, the message across and all the delegates to attend. However the success of your conference depends much on the venue that you place it in.