Unfortunately, fraud can happen at any association, but implementing these four controls will help mitigate that risk.
Associations put value on retention rates, but that’s not always the right metric to boost renewals. A new report says engagement scoring matters.
One association uses six guiding principles to make sure that leaders from multiple countries can speak in one voice.
Associations are hosting scavenger hunts for attendees during their conferences. Not only are they fun for attendees, but they can also help market future conferences and secure extra revenue.
Warmer days may mean a higher chance for dress code violations. Communications professional Sheri Singer offers some advice for associations when it comes to their policies.
Digital badges and ribbons put a twist on a traditional form of member recognition to incentivize small acts of engagement. Associations and their members are sharing them across community and social networks, adding an element of competition that spurs involvement.
It’s too early to say whether or not associations should take edge computing, the successor to cloud computing, seriously. But what should be taken seriously is its potential. Any good association IT department should research potential disruptors ahead of time.
Adding a new membership category can increase your lobbying power and add a revenue stream. But it’s not a move to be taken lightly, and a patient strategic discussion can reveal whether it’s necessary.
A look at four elements of successful book clubs that could also make for successful meetings.
Sponsorships are a great way to bring in nondues revenue to either your national association or one of its chapters. Here are five tips for creating a successful sponsorship program.