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May 18, 2021

Benefits of APSA Membership

Benefits of APSA Membership

The Association of Professional Sales Agents is a specialist trade association representing sales agents in the sports sector. From day one of your membership, you’ll gain access to all the benefits specifically geared towards supporting UK sporting goods businesses, saving you the cost of your membership and more.

Through our in-depth knowledge of the sector and by listening to our members, we are able to provide an ever-growing package of tailored support to help you make the most of your business.

These include:
Tailored Insurance – the cover you need at exclusive members’ rates.
We understand that you need specially tailored insurance and that your time is valuable, so we’ve teamed with leading insurance brokers Henderson to make sure you’ve got the right business insurance to cover you against the unexpected.

Free industry networking and events
Our members benefit from our free business networking events. Join us wherever you are in the UK to take advantage of our regular meetings, seminars and webinars, expert guest speakers and exclusive industry thinktanks.
Our events will help you grow your business, provide insight to the industry and ensure you are connected to relevant content that has been tailored to your business needs.

Other member benefits
• Legal consultation and advice regarding agency disputes.
• A website with your contact details on to act as a point of contact for companies seeking agents.
• A support helpline for business advice covering Tax, VAT, Payroll, Employment and Personnel, Health and Safety and Commercial Legal.

If you are interested in becoming a member or learning more about APSA membership, visit our website.

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