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SAS Directory App

We are looking for a new sponsor for the SAS Directory App. Cost of sponsorship is £1,250 + VAT. Please contact us for more details.

Click here for details on using the app.


New membership forms for 2020 here.

We would like to welcome Patrick O’Connell from CWM as the new chairman for the SAS from January 2020.

Trevor Wood Associates: The Definitive Guide to Retail & Leisure Parks 2020 presentation (download).

Committee Vacancies 2020

Vacancies have arisen on The Shop Agents Committee for 2020 and you are invited to make your nominations to join us on the committee.

There are a few places being made available from March 2020 and the Committee are keen to invite nominations from members of the society. Most importantly, nominations are invited from any member who is keen to devote a little of their time, ideas and energy for the good of the society as a whole.

If you or any of your colleagues want to put yourselves forward for election then I would be grateful to hear from you.

The Shop Agents Society have received a letter from The Brain Tumour Charity with thanks for the money raised at Christmas. We’re excited for the upcoming events to help raise more money for such a worthy charity.

The SAS Christmas Lunch raised £2,000 in funds in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity.

The Shop Agents Society will continue to support The Brain Tumour Charity throughout 2019. Here is a brief explanation of the valuable work they do:

Brain tumours are the biggest killer of our children and under 40’s in the UK from cancer and yet receive less than 2% of the national spend on cancer research

Little progress has been made to improve diagnosis times, prognosis and treatment for those affected by brain tumours

To date, the charity has committed over £35 million to pioneering research into brain tumours

At the charity, we have driven down diagnosis time for paediatric brain tumours from 13 to 6.5 weeks with our Headsmart campaign and later this year will be launching a similar campaign for adults

We provide support & information to ANYONE affected by a brain tumour, including benefit clinics, family days, online support, support groups and more

Our policies team lobbies parliament for more funding for research and better understanding and treatment for those affected by a brain tumour and their families and we worked closely with Baroness Tessa Jowell before her sad death

We raise the profile of the signs & symptoms of a brain tumour to reduce diagnosis time