New Membership Rule

Member to Member Payment Terms

This week’s Steering Group was attended by several members and guests. As usual, the meeting was very informal and social with much of the time being used for networking. However, there was also serious debate and discussion on a number of issues.

The main focus of the meeting was payments between members.

It was agreed that, although AIM is not here to police financial transactions between members, there should be a rule to protect members from unnecessarily late payments.

The majority of the members present agreed to a maximum of a 30 days payment term, unless individual terms were discussed between members prior to accepting the job.

Any late payers are to be reported to AIM, where a representative would contact the company to remind them of the 30 day term. Sanctions may be imposed on the late payer, at the discretion of AIM and the Steering Group.

This change to the Membership Rules is due to be added at the next revision. If you are a member and you disagree with this decision, please contact Scott Rust.


The Steering Group is a vital contributor to the development of AIM and all members are welcome to take part.

Review Cards

review cardsCompleted AIM review cards have started to arrive at the AIM offices. These cards are completed by the public and sent directly to AIM.

So far, the reviews have been impressive and will contribute to the selection process for the AIM Mover of the Year Awards.

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