We wanted to make you aware of some changes to the way we promote our accredited training providers
Posted by APM on 17th Feb 2015
We wanted to make you aware of some changes to the way we promote our accredited training providers.
With effect from March 2015, Project magazine will become a quarterly publication. This follows extensive research and consultation with our membership, which you can read more about in our blog.
The research also identified that the Network supplement was losing its readership and was no longer an effective vehicle for sharing information. As a result, the Network supplement will no longer be produced in its current format, with some of the content being merged into Project.
The new look Project magazine will include a dedicated ‘training and development’ section which will direct our members and other readership to the website, where we will continue to keep your details. This has the added advantage of providing them with a synopsis of your organisation as well as direct links through to your website to proceed with a booking. Please continue to keep us informed of any changes to those details, so we can continue to effectively promote your services.
Email continues to be the preferred channel of communication for our members, directing them to our website which continues to go from strength to strength with increased visitors and exposure. We will be developing new, regular email communications with our membership and other interested parties to promote APM qualifications and your training during 2015.
Do read our blog to find out more about how this development fits in to our 2020 strategy and do contact me or your Business Development Manager if you have any queries.
Senior Membership Development Manager
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You have a choice. You can either muddle on, stand firm and fix it – or look elsewhere.