EIC will be writing to all members soon outlining the renewals process for 2022. To help EIC articulate how we add value, we have created Working For You.
The document explores how we supported members throughout the pandemic, how we’re helping them to build sustainable futures and creating opportunities for growth.
Matthew Farrow, director of policy at EIC said: “Recent times have been challenging to say the least. Throughout it all, EIC has been by your side helping you and your business navigate the pandemic.
“As well as regular COVID-focused support and guidance, we championed your interests across Whitehall on issues such as site access, hotel accommodation and prompt payment. As attention now turns to the post-pandemic economy, the unified voice of our members is vital to ensure slogans such as ‘build back better’ translate into robust policy and regulation that creates the markets you can compete and prosper in. We look forward to working together next year to help create the conditions for your business to thrive and deliver a greener country.”
Karis Thain, Head of Membership, groups and Scotland at EIC, added: “With Government attention now turning to issues such as social value, natural capital, and Net Zero, the unified voice of our members has never more important. We look forward to working together next year to help create the conditions for your business to thrive and drive recovery.”
We are keen that all members are making the most of their membership. With this in mind, Karis and colleagues in the membership team are offering an engagement meeting to explore how your business and staff can make the most of membership. Simply email us to find out more and arrange a date and time.