Four organisations join list of IEMA corporate members

30th November 2016

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Lorenzo Zauli

IEMA has welcomed four more organisations to its growing list of IEMA for Business members.

They are:

  • Qatar Rail – established in 2011 to develop the country’s rail network;
  • Northern Rail – the train operating company owned by Serco-Abellio;
  • The Wellcome Trust – the world’s largest medical research charity; and
  • training organisation TSP.

IEMA will now work in partnership with each organisation to address skills gaps, strengthen business links to the profession and influence policy. They will be promoted alongside long-standing IEMA for Business members, such as Skanska, BP and Royal HaskoningDHV.

IEMA’s corporate memberships include packages specially designed for any size of business as well as for educational establishments and consultancies. Each package is tailored to support organisations to achieve their sustainability goals, make the most of skills and resources, and partner with IEMA on campaigns and policy changes.

Chief executive Tim Balcon said he was looking forward to working with the new member organisations: ‘Seeing names like Qatar Rail and The Wellcome Trust added to our ever-growing list of corporate members really shows the international and diverse relevance of our IEMA for Business partnerships. I’m excited that we will be able to work together on some big sustainability issues, and I look forward to seeing our business community growing even further.’

To find out more about IEMA for Business, go to or contact [email protected].


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