Renewal fees for 2014/15

7th March 2014


IEMA members are advised that from 1 June 2014 all membership renewal fees will be subject to a £2 increase

The rise covers the increased costs that IEMA continues to encounter in delivering existing and new membership services, such as webinars and workshops.

Over the past year, the Institute has also significantly amplified its voice on policy issues and its media presence. This is enabling members’ views on national and international issues to be represented across more channels more often.

Renewals for 2014 that are due before 1 June will be charged at the current rate. All members whose renewals fall after 1 June will be advised of the exact fee for their 2014/15 renewal in advance, and full details will be available at iema.net in the coming weeks.


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