MemCom is the leading conference and awards event for chief executives, marketing and membership professionals from the UK’s most prestigious professional membership associations. Now in its 17th year, MemCom is an opportunity to learn, share, network and celebrate the very best of the professional membership sector.
Conference Theme: ‘Membership 2020 – sharpening your strategic vision’
We have a great line up of speakers coming together for the 17th annual MemCom conference on May 17th!
Whether you’re a professional body leader involved in strategy or a membership, marketing, events, content, operations, L&D, HR, Finance or technology specialist there’s a stream or topics for you.
Hear from speakers such as chief executives Peter Cheese (CIPD), Anne Godfrey (CIEH) and Cristian Holmes (Deputy CE at BACP). There’s also many other speakers from professional membership bodies, leading organisations such as Henley Business School and Microsoft as well as cutting edge sector suppliers.
Survey results you will hear about first at MemCom include:
- 2017 Member Engagement Study - Increasing member engagement through co-creation and collaboration
- Member Communications – research into what is/is not working with outputs on how to support growth
- Maximising and controlling your membership brand – a survey of best practice in membership organisations
MemCom 2017 is all about thinking of the future and planning ahead to ensure your organisation becomes and remains as relevant and responsive to both your industry and members’ needs as possible. But where do you start when it comes to creating and implementing a truly workable and effective strategy to 2020 and beyond?
The Memcom 2017 conference agenda will explore many of these themes across three streams:
Keynote Speaker: Peter Cheese, Chief Executive, CIPD
In the main morning stream - 'How future proof is your brand strategy?', Peter will address the changing nature of work, the focus on professionalism and what this means, the impact across the generations and how professional membership organisations need to adapt to these changes.
Peter is the CIPD's Chief Executive. Before joining the CIPD in July 2012, he was Chairman of the Institute of Leadership and Management and a member of the Council of City & Guilds. Up until 2009 he had a long career at Accenture holding various leadership positions and culminating in a seven-year spell as Global Managing Director leading the firm’s human capital and organisation consulting practice. He writes and speaks widely on the development of HR, and the broader issues of leadership, culture, people and skills.
Peter is also a member of the Board of BPP University, and the Advisory Board for the Open University Business School. He holds an honorary doctorate from Kingston University, is a Fellow of the CIPD and a Fellow of AHRI, the Australian HR Institute, a Companion of the Institute of Leadership and Management, and a Companion of the Chartered Management Institute.