We have changed this website to make it easier for you to manage cookies and understand how we use them. We are still in the process of making these changes so a few cookies may not be correctly controlled until we have finished the work. You can use the link ‘manage cookies’ at the bottom of every page to disable the performance cookies we use, if you would like to do this with your web browser instead please visit this link: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies.
Please note if you disable all cookies then you may not be able to use the AMA website, including members login and online services such as membership and event purchases.
Our cookie guide is based on the International Chamber of Commerce guidelines approved by the Information Commissioners Office. Our cookies are categorised into:
1. Strictly necessary
These cookies are fundamental to how the website works and let you use essential services such as member login and online shopping. We use these cookies to:
Process and remember your membership login:
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Remember items you put into the shopping cart:
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These cookies analyse the performance of the website, e.g. which pages are visited most and if there are any errors. This allows us to make improvements. They do not hold any personal data nor gather information to allow us or third parties to advertise products or services. Our performance cookies are managed by a third party (Google) however we don’t allow them to be used for any other purpose than previously mentioned.Google analytics: _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz
These cookies allow you to set the layout of the website or choose your personal preferences.
No cookies of this type are used on the AMA website.
These are the most intrusive cookies and provide advertising agencies with information on your visit so you can be presented with adverts on other websites. No cookies of this type are used on the AMA website.