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Welcome to CIMSPA News. The communications team is responsible for projecting the work, message and vision of CIMSPA to the sector and beyond. This is achieved through various communication channels, including but not limited to, the creation and posting of web content, press releases, direct email, social and print. CIMSPA's communications team interacts with all the teams across the organisation to ensure all projects and campaigns being run receive exposure and interest from the media and beyond.

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Email: communications@cimspa.co.uk


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Workforce insight is where you can find a wealth of workforce data from the UK’s sport and physical activity sector.

We've produced workforce insight surveys to help facilities and individuals prepare for work post-lockdown. You can also find case studies and surveys from our partners leisure-net.

Over the coming months we will be shifting the focus of our insight from Covid-19 to other areas. Stay tuned.

Phill Wright
Business Transformation Manager
Mob: 07425 274943
phill.wright@cimspa.co.uk

Conor Hicken
Business and Insight Officer
Tel: 01509 458397
conor.hicken@cimspa.co.uk
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Communications team

Charlotte Anderson
Marketing and Communications Manager
Mob: 07823 527316
charlotte.anderson@cimspa.co.uk

Reece Stafferton
Marketing and Communications Assistant
Tel: 01509 458389
reece.stafferton@cimspa.co.uk

Nicola Edson
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Tel: 01509 458386
nicola.edson@cimspa.co.uk



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