When one association professional heard a celebrity denigrate her industry, she decided to confront him one-on-one. Also: Check out the "Global Meetings Industry Day Anthem."
Following in the footsteps of a nearby Michigan group, the Wisconsin Venture Capital Association is coming back to life, and next week will hold its first meeting since 2008.
Here are some tips on how to make digital advertising supplements both an educational benefit to your members and a nondues revenue generator for your association.
With help from the Autism Society of America, the Sesame Street cast will welcome a new character next month: Julia, a Muppet with autism.
The Obama Center, planned for Chicago’s South Side, could have a positive impact on the surrounding community—and a coalition aims to create a nonprofit to ensure the South Side gets an economic boost from the presidential library.
The latest communications platform may not be worth your time—stick to tried-and-true tactics to reach your members. Also: Three actions that all confident event professionals take.
Discover different ways to reach on-the-go donors. Also: IBM calls thousands of remote workers back to the office.
The Trump administration’s draft budget plan deeply cuts funding for many agencies that nonprofits rely on. Independent Sector, the charitable community's membership organization, is calling for a budget that maintains the partnership between government and the charitable sector.
Almost all the bets placed on the NCAA tournament are illegal, but Americans should have a way to wager legally on March Madness and other sporting events, the American Gaming Association says.
If you’re planning to wear green this St. Patrick’s Day, this article is for you. Read on to learn how associations are finding success with the holiday—or at the very least, ready to celebrate.