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19.01.2018

Icon's Winter Membership Special breaks records in 2018

Icon’s Winter Membership Special is now well underway – and so far, the results are record-breaking!

The Winter Membership Special seeks to encourage new memberships by providing incentives at an otherwise slow time of year. As membership cannot be pro-rated, those joining in the last three months of the year would need to pay fees for the next membership year at renewal time on 1st April – so Icon has decided to offer these months for free!

That’s right! All those joining in January, February and March 2018 will receive these months for free, with memberships valid right up until the end of the next renewal year – 31st March 2019. That’s up to fifteen months for the price of twelve!

Of course, this includes all the membership benefits one might expect. For example, those becoming 'Associate' Icon members will receive our bi-monthly magazine, Icon News, thrice-yearly copies of our Journal of the Institute of Conservation, our weekly jobs bulletin, Iconnect Jobs, and all our regular e-bulletins in your areas of interest - providing discounted access to a broad range of cross-specialist opportunities to support your continuing professional development in conservation. Last year, Icon's specialist groups and networks staged over fifty events up and down the country.

Between 1st and 18th January 2018, Icon has welcomed 48 new members - an increase of 193% on the previous year!

So what are you waiting for? If you’ve been thinking about becoming an Icon member and getting involved, now is the time!!

For a full rundown of the benefits, click here – and to apply, simply complete our online membership application form and click ‘send’!

We hope to see you soon at an Icon event!

Image: Delegates at Icon Book and Paper Group's 2015 Conference, Adapt and Evolve. Photo: Paul D Rowland.

 

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