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New Membership Model for the Alliance

last modified May 09, 2018 12:02 PM
New Membership Model launched for the Alliance.

For 2018 the Cambridge Service Alliance has launched a new model for membership. Organisations now have a choice of membership levels with which to engage with the Alliance. There is the top level of Gold membership, which allow organisations to be directly involved in the shape Alliance research takes, and also allows membership of the Steering Committee. Silver level membership allows organisation to join two of the research streams, whilst Bronze level allows involvement in one of the research streams. A brochure that explains the new membership model is now available for download. If you think that your organisation might be interested in becoming involved please do get in touch.

2018 Alliance Brochure

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