The Maine Lobstermen’s Association is serving as an official navigator to help its members shop for and enroll in the new health insurance marketplace.
Looking for a unique way to showcase your state or region’s assets? Capitalize on new technology like Visit Florida and its partner Google Maps, which captured more than 7.5 million images of the state’s beaches to help promote tourism.
Don’t let your website become a wasteland of unwanted content. Two keynote speakers at ASAE’s 2013 Technology Conference & Expo share how to implement an effective strategy to create, organize, and deliver valuable content.
As the specialty pharmacy industry continues to grow, a national industry group wants to create a better career path for undergraduate pharmacy students interested in entering the field by developing an accredited student residency program.
As the end of the year approaches, do you have a bunch of vacation days stockpiled? If so, you’re not alone. Two new studies found that the average American worker lets anywhere from three to four vacation days go unused.
To help unite various players in the recycling and waste-management industry, the Environmental Industry Associations announced last week that it will merge with two subgroups under a new name.
Kids’ introduction to mobile devices is skewing younger and younger, and pediatrician associations around the globe are warning of the possible adverse effects of too much technology.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of one of the most prolific ad campaigns in the history of American beverages: Got Milk? Former director of the California Milk Processor Board, Jeff Manning, shares some lessons learned from the campaign that can be incorporated by associations.
Seventy percent of small-business owners believe Small Business Saturday will be helpful in attracting new business this holiday season, according to a new industry survey that also looked at the strategies small businesses will be taking to maximize customer turnout on the day.
Several nursing groups are calling on the network to take its new reality show “Scrubbing In” off the air because of its “disrespectful” depiction of the profession.