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CIS stakeholder will benefit ChildLine

CIS has launched a joint marketing initiative with the charity ChildLine which will allow CIS to offer a dual branded stakeholder product through the organisation, and allow ChildLine to promote the plan in conjunction with its corporate fund raising activities.

CIS will reward the charity for each stakeholder introduced and is currently in talks with other major charities to discuss similar joint ventures.

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