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New speaker announced for next membership seminar

Posted by: Cheryl Pearce Posted date: 02/11/2015

On 4 December 2015 Core will host a new seminar focusing on how membership organisations can approach reviewing or procuring a CRM system and working with a CRM partner. On the other side of the equation, the seminar will also show Core's unique approach to CRM projects. 

Enhancing the former part of the agenda will be James Jeynes of MemNet, one of the UK's leading networking organisations for membership bodies, associations, charities and NFP's. MemNet was launched in 2007 in response to a need for more support for those managing within membership organisations, associations, charities and business groups. The aim of the network is to support those individuals and offer them development, career and networking opportunities. James Jeynes will offer a short presentation from his perspective as someone who regularly works with membership professionals reviewing their CRM.

Showing the approach of Core as a CRM partner will be Microsoft Most Valuable Professional and Head CRM Architect at Core, David Jennaway.

The seminar will also feature one of Core's senior CRM consultants showing Core's Membership Platform powered by Microsoft Dynamics CRM and specifically how it can help with member recruitment and retention.

Places on the event are free to book. The full agenda and registration form can be found on the event page.


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CRM   Membership and not for profit organisations   CRM; membership; Customer Relationship Management