First of all – Happy New Year to you from all at Ronson Gears.
At this time of year, it’s out with the old and in with the new. And, with that in mind, many of you will be reviewing your costs over 2018 with the aim of identifying any economies you can make in 2019. Things you presume it wouldn’t hurt to lose. Maybe your membership to AGMA could come under scrutiny – it may even become a victim of New Year parsimony.
Just in case there is a danger of this – we’ll tell you why your membership of AGMA should not be a New Year casualty.
Membership of AGMA is a little like gym membership (often another early victim of New Year intentions). Just like gym membership – you only get out what you put in. The link here expands on this theme and suggests ways in which getting more involved can add greater value and worth to your AGMA Membership in the coming year.
So don’t just sit on the sidelines, make it your New Year resolution to get more involved. It has certainly worked for us at Ronson Gears in terms of networking, knowledge exchange, innovation and business generation. Our Managing Director, Gordon New, sits on the board of the AGMA Foundation and this involvement is being used to create new recruits to the industry that can only benefit us all. We would certainly welcome your input!