The NAACP embarks on a listening tour to meet with local leaders and better plan its future in a new era of civil rights activism.
Farmers for Free Trade, a new 501(c)(4) advocacy group, hopes to make the trade argument from an agricultural standpoint—and two former senators, one from each party, are giving the group their support.
The British Insurance Brokers' Association is offering members a discount for a white-label app offering that's said to speed up claims reporting by 90 percent.
Influencers can be your best conduit to membership and spreading new ideas. But how do you tap an influencer? You don’t need Kim Kardashian. Start by engaging your most committed members.
Planners are using their host city's unique attributes to provide attendees with that signature, unforgettable experience they now crave.
Supplier members offer more than just revenue. Here are a few ways to get the most of your associate member relationships. Also: Strategies to engage new board members.
As confusion about travel to the Communist country increases with the rollback of Obama-era changes, American Tour Operators in Cuba, a newly formed group, hopes to clarify that some forms of travel are still allowed.
With a new livestream option at its annual conference, the American Brain Tumor Association is making sure people can access the information they need.
The pricing scheme for many email marketing service providers—which grows based on the size of your list—is one that feels destined for disruption down the line. A new tool from Microsoft suggests how such a disruption might happen.
The online video firm TwentyThree finds that viewers who are willing to stick with a long video are far more likely to be engaged than those watching shorter clips. Live videos are also huge engagement drivers.