Julian Midwinter & Associates understands the importance of privacy, and complies with the National Privacy Principles as set out in the Privacy Act 1988.
In order to develop, market, and deliver valuable services to clients and prospective clients, JMA collects certain personal information, including names and contact details of participants in the legal market and professional services sector. Our database is maintained to manage our interactions with you, including providing you with information. We go to great lengths to assure accuracy and currency of the information we maintain.
This information is not shared with third parties and is used solely for its intended business purpose.
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One thing is certain in this post lockdown world: it is highly unlikely that any business will decline the opportunity to respond to an RFP. In fact, with revenues under pressure for most organisations, every RFP will likely be viewed as a genuine ‘opportunity’. This means that even for those businesses with a robust go/no […]