Communications, Events & Marketing Committee

Description

The role of the CEM committee includes: profiling the organisation, raising funds through fundraising events and other initiatives and overseeing the internal and external communications with members, media, and industry stakeholders.

Key duties

  • Conceptualise, oversee and manage all the organisation’s events.
  • Give strategic direction for fundraising events including:
    • Themes, speakers etc.
  • Advise and support CEO in devising annual event calendar
  • Recommend/confirm dates, speakers, and themes for events
  • Assist in securing event sponsorships
  • Oversee/support the production of and advise on content for the SAIBPP journal; MOAGIMagazine
  • Content advisory for all SAIBPP Communication – print and digital
  • Oversee and manage the SAIBPP newsletter and digital media channels

Key programmes/events

  • Aug: SAIBPP Convention/Property Industry Transformation Indaba (which includes):
    • Conference
    • Golf Day
    • SAIBPP Awards
    • Women on the Rise Brunch
    • Site Tour
  • December: Golf Day
  • February: Annual Fundraiser Gala Dinner / Auction
  • Quarterly: MOAGI Magazine (March, June, September, December)

Communication Plan

It is the role of the CEM Committee to ensure that regular communication is maintained both internally and externally and that the approved annual communication plan is adhered to.

Moagi Magazine: quarterly publication currently distributed digitally through Asset Publishing
The CEM Committee will support the CEO where required in guiding content and acquiring advertising with respect to Moagi Magazine.

Currently registered platforms include:

The CEM Committee is responsible for overseeing the content, ensuring that it is relevant at all times and assisting where possible.

Composition of the Committee

  • The Committee will be composed of a minimum of three (3) persons. One of these persons must be an ex-Officio member or Secretary of the Board. The Board will designate the Chairperson of the Committee, who shall be a Director.
  • The Committee will be open. The presence of two members, including the Chairperson, shall be necessary to constitute a quorum at meetings of the Committee.

Appointment to the Committee

  • Members will serve from appointment until the re-striking of the committee. Should a vacancy occur on the Committee, for whatever reason, the committee chairperson may appoint a qualified person to fill that vacancy for the remainder of the vacant position’s term.
  • Committee members will be appointed for a 12-month term which is renewable annually should they still be willing to serve.
  • Committee members are required to be SAIBPP Members in good standing
  • Committee members are required to sign and adopt the code of conduct and be well-versed fait with the committee’s terms of reference, strategic objectives, and activities.
  • The Board may remove any member of the Committee.

Meetings

  • The Committee shall meet by telephone or in person and shall be held fortnightly.
  • Meetings will be called by the Chairperson and organised by the CEO.

Resources

  • The Committee will receive the necessary resources from the CEO to fulfill its mandate, and may from time to time have staff persons or external suppliers assigned to assist the Committee with its work.