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New on-line magazine from Club Managers Association of Europe

1.11am 12th December 2008 - Management Topics

The Club Managers Association of Europe (CMAE) has selected VCT Corporation, the leading supplier of e-Publishing and membership loyalty solutions to the golf and private clubs industries, to produce its new, monthly e-Magazine.

Club Networker, which will be launched in January, will target club managers, industry suppliers and professionals, owners and operators, committees and boards, plus sports organisations and governing bodies.
The highly interactive electronic magazine, produced by VCT, will feature industry news, trends and developments, conference announcements and educational updates, including information on the CMAE’s own Certified Club Manager qualification.

VCT’s sophisticated and easy-to-use interactive e-Magazine will enable subscribers from across Europe and beyond to select news and articles specific to their own region or country, creating relevant, personalized content.

“Club Networker magazine will benefit the whole of the golf and private clubs industries, and we are encouraging all industry professionals and stakeholders to sign up for a free subscription,” said Jerry Kilby, CMAE chief executive officer.

“VCT, whose e-Publishing and membership loyalty solutions are second to none, is an invaluable partner in this project and we are very excited about the newsletter they have created, which is highly advanced in its interactivity and usability.

The CMAE is welcoming contributions for content, relevant to the golf and private clubs industries – article ideas and proposals should be sent to the editor for consideration.

The first issue of Club Networker will be published in January. For a free subscription, or editorial submissions, e-mail Sharon Reekie at the CMAE, writing ‘Club Networker Free Subscription’ in the subject box: or visit

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