Due to Hurricane Irma, the Textile Rental Services Association canceled its annual conference in Miami. It gave attendees and sponsors the option to turn their fees into donations for disaster relief.
Getting students involved as members can leave a lasting impression after they graduate. But some association membership pros say it’s important to ask a few questions before launching or reconfiguring your student membership category.
Last week, InfoComm International renamed itself AVIXA to better signal its connection to more elements of the AV industry.
From email to events and everything in between, Aptify reveals how to examine data to increase membership engagement. Also: Executive strategic planning determines the future of your organization. Here's how to make your internal planning meetings more productive.
Associations can use the Storify tool to quickly and efficiently gather social posts into online stories that highlight the member experience.
An analyst lays out how the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation could create some headaches for membership-based organizations. Also: Insights from a big association-space merger.
After nearly three weeks of natural disasters, many associations are responding by offering support and resources to members in some of the hardest-hit storm zones—prioritizing what and how they communicate to keep the focus on recovery.
SHAPE America is testing a new way to recruit and win back members: letting them decide how much to pay in membership dues.
ASA members will assist the newspaper in publishing a new monthly feature, targeted at students, called "What's Going On in This Graph?" It was inspired by an ASA member who did something similar in her own classroom.
A journalism-focused membership project says that you'll get further in your communications with a tone that suggests friendship. Also: How to deal with difficult people in meetings.