Interim Management Association

The Interim Management Association (IMA) represents the majority of established and leading Interim Management recruiters currently operating in the UK market.

Our members help clients lead business change, drive core business objectives and relieve pressured management teams by carefully selecting and appointing the UK's leading Interim Managers.

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Interim Management Workshops

We recommend that aspiring interim managers attend the IMA Interim Induction workshop before approaching interim service providers.

Experienced interim managers who wish to give their self-marketing efforts a boost should attend the IMA Self-Marketing workshop.

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Watch the video from the IMA's 2012 AGM

Interviews with members of the Interim Management Association's Executive Committee, and footage taken from the organisation's March 2012 AGM

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Demand for interim managers up by 15 percentage points

July 21st, 2014

Enquiries for interim management support on the increase Gap narrows between interim procurement in the public¬†and private sectors The demand for interim managers increased by 15 percentage points during the first quarter of 2014, according to the latest Ipsos MORI[1] …

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Government response to The House of Lords Select Committee review of Personal Service Companies

June 13th, 2014

The government has published its response to The House of Lords Select Committee review of Personal Service Companies (9th June, 2014): Response on the key points from the Interim Management Association (IMA) – Simon Drake, chairman In response to …

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Campion Willcocks joins the IMA Executive

May 9th, 2014

Nicola Tilling takes on the role of marketing and PR on the Interim Management Association’s executive committee   Nicola Tilling, who has worked with Campion Willcocks for more than 10 years, has taken on the role of IMA executive committee …

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Interim management sector set for international growth

April 23rd, 2014

Almost nine out of ten (89 per cent) of the UK’s interim management provider community believe that the number of international assignments will increase this year. The poll (1), conducted by The Interim Management Association (IMA), which represents the interim …

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