CA magazine goes digital
We have reviewed our 2020 membership services to offer an exciting new range of enhanced digital benefits for ICAS members.
ICAS is committed to developing an enhanced digital experience for its members. Having recently launched a suite of webinars to replace face-to-face events, we are now moving CA magazine to a new digital platform for an improved user experience.
The impact of COVID-19 has led to many of us working from home. With around a quarter of print magazines being sent to a work rather than home address, and with delays and problems with postage, the move to digital aims to help keep you connected.
From its June edition, CA magazine will go digital-only for the remainder of 2020.
Improved viewing across different devices
Whether you are still in the office, working remotely, or now have more time on your hands, you can read your membership magazine on any device in any location.
We will continue to produce the same quality of thought-provoking content and keep you up-to-speed with developments at ICAS. Hosted on our new digital platform, this content will be combined with a more engaging and interactive page-turning experience, on whatever device you are using.
We think you’ll benefit from this move and would welcome your feedback on the new platform once it has gone live.
Coming soon – the June edition
The June edition of CA mag includes a lead feature focusing on retail, exploring how the sector has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We also meet our new President of ICAS, Catherine Burnet CA, and hear from Mike Barry, M&S’ ex-Director of Sustainable Business, who outlines nine steps to becoming a better business in the post-pandemic world.
We'll let you know when CA magazine goes live in June. We’re excited about its move and hope you will enjoy the new reading experience.
In the meantime, if you have any questions, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org