Membership Benefits

August 2002
Management Services;Aug2002, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p28
Academic Journal
Members of the Institute of Management Services (IMS) should be aware that they have the added benefits of having an Institute Credit Card. They can use their card in over 600,000 British outlets and worldwide Up to 50 percent discount can be availed on summer holidays plus free insurance. Savings of 32 pounds on a 12 bottle case of wines can be availed of. They can also have Personalized Travel Insurance with daily, monthly or yearly coverage. They can also get discounts on over 50 magazines. The credit card has no annual fee and there are no interest payments if account is settled by due date.


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