In a new event at the Global Business Travel Association’s annual meeting, travel companies will get to step into the spotlight and make breaking-news announcements to reporters.
You need them 12 months a year, not just in April. But the week of the federal tax-filing deadline is as good a time as any to check out some numbers about associations’ vital number-crunchers.
Planning and going on a big family vacation can create unwanted drama. To help families travel easier, the new Family Travel Association opened its doors this week.
It’s a partnership that might seem out of left field, but the Washington Nationals and White House Historical Association are a pairing that seems to fit like a well-broken-in glove. The two organizations have big plans for this baseball season.
In 2016, the National Park Service will turn 100 years old. To celebrate the milestone, NPS and the National Park Foundation are trying to inject a little youth into the country’s public lands with the Find Your Park campaign.
With well-publicized diversity and gender-relations problems, many in the tech community are working to become more inclusive. One example: Some tech conferences are implementing exhibitor dress codes aimed at banning the “booth babe.”
Nearly three-quarters of the organizations surveyed by the Nonprofit Research Collaborative met their fundraising goal in 2014, the highest number in the survey’s history. Budget size and full-time fundraising staff made the difference for many groups.
After a week of backlash and widespread criticism over the state’s newly signed Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Indiana lawmakers vowed to revise the measure to make it clear that it does not create a “license to discriminate.”
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