MemberWise December 2019 Newsletter

2020-01-04T19:36:32+00:00Friday, 3 January, 2020|Categories: Memberwise|

Members of the MemberWise Network automatically receive our popular monthly newsletter direct. Join Free Today! In this issue: - We announce our next free best practice seminar (with Trillium) on 30th January (London) - Review network growth and development in 2019 - New VIDEO - Delivering on 21st Century Member Expectations (by MemberWise) [...]

Membership Body Manifestos & Priorities – We need to get these sorted. Now!

2019-12-14T14:58:39+00:00Monday, 25 November, 2019|Categories: Advice & Tips, Best practice sharing, Memberwise|

Richard Gott Membership Sector Influencer & Thought Leader   Following the UK General Election in December 2019 professional bodies and trade associations across the country should continue to publish their respective manifestos and priorities to ensure they align or call-out key issue/omissions of those published by the new (Conservative) UK government. Not enough professional bodies [...]

Influence 100 List Launched (Fourth Quarter Edition) & 20 Official Plaques Awarded!

2019-11-12T07:07:51+00:00Monday, 11 November, 2019|Categories: Memberwise|

The MemberWise Network is pleased to launch the Influence 100 List (Largest UK Membership Bodies) fourth quarter update (2019). In celebration we presented 20 membership bodies with Official Recognition Plaques at Digital Excellence 2019! Congratulations to the following membership bodies that have risen up the rankings via exceptional new member acquisition work over the past [...]

Students’ Unions: What can we learn from them?

2019-11-07T14:30:46+00:00Thursday, 7 November, 2019|Categories: Advice & Tips, Best practice sharing, Memberwise, Message from MemberWise|

By Kerrie Fuller Associate Director of Engagement MemberWise Network As part of our series of articles on key segments of the Membership Sector, in this article we focus on Students’ Unions (SU). There are over 600 students’ unions in the UK, the first being created in 1884 at Edinburgh University. Their role is to lobby, [...]