The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) is delighted to announce CgMs consulting, planning and heritage specialist consultants, as the main sponsor for the IHBC’s 2014 Annual School, which will take place in Edinburgh on 5-7 June on the theme of ‘The Art of Conservation’.
IHBC President Trefor Thorpe said: ‘We’re delighted to be able to welcome CgMS as School sponsors for 2014. I know they’ll receive great value from their investment – from the chance to welcome delegates to the School itself, to getting a strong profile on our diverse publications and digital networks.’
‘This year, for example, we’ll be including the sponsor’s logo in the School notice on the back page of the IHBC’s ‘Yearbook’, which will then go out to more than 5000 key users across the sector. With that, and 7000 and more members on our digital and social networks, the value we offer sponsors is pretty unique.’
‘So if you do want to know more about sponsorship opportunities at the Edinburgh School, do please get in touch with the IHBC as soon as you can.’
Jason Clemons, Director, Historic Buildings at CgMs said: ‘CgMs is delighted to be the principal sponsor of the 2014 Annual School. We consider this is the most important event in the conservation calendar and are grateful for the opportunity to be involved this year.’
‘The IHBC is the key organisation for all those involved in the historic environment. CgMs is pleased to be able to show its support for the work of the IHBC; its professionalism, its contribution to national policy and legislation, its strong lead on issues such as VAT, and the wider support it provides for its members.’
‘This year’s theme covers an exciting aspect of the work of the conservation professional and I am personally very much looking forward to attending this year. I would urge all those considering booking a place to do so without delay, you will not regret it!’