Andrew Vance, Commercial Director at Wattle, commented:
“We’re proud to be partners with memcom, a leading network dedicated to serving professional associations and membership organisations. This partnership means we can exhibit and speak at a number of events, like the 2020 memcom Conference, to showcase our expertise in the sector. The partnership also means we can learn even more about the sector and the issues facing membership organisations. It’s through the accumulation of this knowledge that we can ensure MemEx, our Membership Experience platform, continues to enable membership organisations to overcome the many challenges they face.”
The partnership agreement includes an exciting series of events throughout 2020. At these events we will have the opportunity to address a host of priority sector digital transformation challenges - both in our presentations and seminars, but also in a range of exciting conversations with key sector professionals. This will be the first time we have been involved with the flagship memcom conference and awards and we are excited to celebrate some of the best industry accomplishments.
A busy schedule of activity throughout the year is already in motion with Wattle Managing Director, David Abraham, selected as part of the independent judging panel for the memcom Membership Excellence Awards.
memcom Executive Director Debbie Hockham advised:
“We are really excited to have Wattle on board; we have been aware of the business for a few years now and have seen their exciting developments in the marketplace. Starting conversations with them in 2020, we think they are a really good fit for memcom events, and we look forward to working in collaboration and organising insightful events”.
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