Our Annual General Meeting takes place on 19th March. All AIPP Members are invited to the AGM and all are encouraged to attend if possible. This is your Association and will benefit from each Member playing a part.
Notice of the AIPP’s AGM
Wednesday 19 March 2008, 4pm – 7pm
Central London location, details to be sent soon.
The AGM is the ultimate governing authority of the AIPP. The audited accounts will be presented along with the budgets for 2008 amongst other things. The draft agenda is below. If you wish to have an item added to the agenda, please let us know by 27th February. If at least 5% of Members request a particular item, then it will appear on the agenda. For any lower percentage, the item may appear on the agenda.
Nominations for the AIPP Board
An important part of the AGM is the election of the Board. At this year’s meeting, there will be 5 seats up for election. If you wish to stand for election, you need 2 nominations (1 of which can be the company for whom you work). All nominations for the Board must be received by Wednesday 27th February. We will need a CV for all nominees.
To find out more about the obligations of serving on the Board, please contact us. 14 days before the AGM, a full list of nominations will be sent to all Members. Those unable to attend the AGM may submit their votes in advance.
Member networking event
Once the AGM concludes at or before 7pm, there will be the opportunity to meet your fellow Members in more relaxed surroundings over a drink. This event was very successful at last year’s AGM and, again, all Members are invited to join us. Full details on location will be available soon.
What to do next
1. Put the date in your diary;
2. Please confirm attendance at the event or send apologies;
3. Organise your nomination for election to the Board if you wish to stand;
4. Send any items you would like to see added to the agenda.
1. Presentation for approval of the Minutes of the previous AGM on 21st March 2007
2. Reports from the Chief Executive and from the Chair of Board
3. Constitutional changes
4. Accounts and budgets
5. Election of Board
6. Membership renewals