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For all its perks, being a membership organisation, an association, a charity or an NFP can present some obstacles. We’d wager, however, that a network of like-minded people is a great step towards overcoming these problems through sharing experiences and accomplishing even more for your organisation. This is where we come in: MemNet is the UK’s leading networking organisation for membership bodies, associations, charities and NFP’s, which basically means we are the best at providing support, insights and professional services to anyone involved in or working alongside our sector. If you would like support, we can give it to you … just get in touch and we guarantee the experience will be positive for you and your organisation.
We can help you create a new discovery strategy which ensures people have the best opportunity to find your organisation.
Recruitment and Retention
Getting people to join your organisation and keeping them there are two different things; we can make you excel at both.
Helping you to develop and deliver clever and attractive engagement programmes for your Members.
We are more than Just a Membership organisation
At MemNet, we have a vast network of some of the UK’s leading organisations, our membership count is rising from our original 34 members (250 in 2015). In short, we provide a unique service that is both wholly unique and utterly essential for growth and success. Join our varied and vibrant community today for access to reams of information, events to attend for information and great opportunities for networking.
We Are Specialists in These Sectors
Membership organisations typically have a particular purpose, which involves connecting people together around a particular profession, industry, activity, interest, mission or geographical location.
A Not-for-Profit organisation is an organisation that uses its surplus revenues to further achieve its purpose or mission, rather than distributing its surplus income to the organisation's shareholders (or equivalents) as profit or dividends