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Contract renewals signal positive start to 2021

CPL has made a strong start to the year by renewing and extending a number of major contracts with professional membership organisations.

Our agreement with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) to write, design and produce its magazine and accompanying website has been extended to December 2023.

Meanwhile, CPL has also signed new contracts in the past few weeks with membership bodies in the airline and shipping sectors:

  • For BALPA (British Airline Pilots’ Association) we will continue to create and deliver its longstanding publication, The Log, for at least the next two years. For 2021, it is moving to an engaging and impactful digital format, using the CPL Portfolio solution, which is optimised for smaller screens, and available online and in a dedicated app.

  • And for BIMCO, which is the world’s largest direct-membership organisation for shipowners, charterers, shipbrokers and agents, we will carry on delivering its online magazine, BIMCO Bulletin.

CPL has also finalised new agreements with a number of other key clients in recent months, including the Camping and Caravanning Club, the British Psychological Society, the National Autistic Society and the British Parking Association.

In total, CPL works with more than 20 membership organisations on a regular basis, most of which are retained on long-term contracts.

Mike Sewell, CPL managing director, said: “We pride ourselves on the strong partnerships we have built with our clients, many of which have lasted for five years or more, and some for at least a decade.

“I am grateful not only for our clients’ loyalty and trust in CPL, but also for the commitment and focus of our team members. We are always looking to evolve to ensure that the content we create for membership organisations remains relevant and helps them meet their strategic objectives.”

In addition to the membership sector, CPL also specialises in creating content marketing solutions for clients in the horse racing/breeding and corporate sectors.

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