JCI Cambridge have had a great week for press coverage following the recent wins at the awards ceremony! Two articles, one in the Cambridge News and one in Cambridge First giving more great publicity to the chamber.
It’s great to see the results of the hard work by JCI Cambridge with a huge increase in membership and a raised profile across the region. Officially, and thanks to the work of the committee/council, the group now consists of the “movers and shakers” of the Cambridge business world!
Well done to the whole JCI Cambridge committee on all the awards won. They’ve all worked very hard, but had a lot of fun with it too!
Below is the press release sent out to the press.
JCI Cambridge scoop five national awards
Business networking group for young professionals and entrepreneurs, JCI Cambridge have scooped five prestigious awards at the recent JCI UK National Convention.
The awards, including Best Membership Recruitment, Best Programme, Best Newcomer, Best PR and Marketing and Best Overall Leader, were presented to JCI Cambridge at the national gala dinner in London.
JCI (Junior Chamber International) Cambridge delivers training and special interest group seminars, networking and social opportunities for business professionals under 40 years old. The national awards recognise JCI Cambridge’s rapidly expanding membership base in 2010 and outstanding programme of speakers from the local business community.
“We are thrilled that the hard work of the JCI Cambridge committee and members has been recognised at a national level. The Chamber has gone from strength to strength in 2010 and become the most vibrant and fast growing networking group for young professionals”, says Jen Little, JCI Cambridge President and winner of the coveted Best Overall Leader award.
Allison Cowell, JCI UK National President elect 2011 says, “JCI Cambridge is made up of a fantastic group of individuals, who have great ambition, and determination to succeed. They have worked together to develop and grow. Not only are they making an impact within their local communities, but they are also making an impact within JCI UK”.
For more information on JCI Cambridge business training and networking opportunities in 2011, visit www.jcicambridge.com. First time visitors are welcome to come along for free, full JCI membership is only £8 a month.
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This post was written by Colin Burn-Murdoch