A new report from the Association of National Advertisers' educational foundation makes the case that the industry's talent pipeline is in trouble. However, the foundation is taking steps to use industry resources on programs targeted at building that pipeline back up.
If finding a good partner or vendor feels like finding a needle in a haystack, maybe your RFP process needs a reboot. Here are a few tips for finding the perfect fit for your association’s needs.
The Fort Herkimer Amateur Radio Association is offering a licensing course that it hopes will continue to grow engagement within the association and industry.
The Consumer Goods Forum, an organization that represents some of the world's largest food companies and retailers, has pledged to create standards for sell-by and expiration dates by 2020. The move could help cut back on food waste significantly.
The popular ride-hailing service is adding accessibility features intended to improve the experience for drivers who are deaf or hard of hearing. The features are an extension of an existing partnership with the National Association of the Deaf.
While music listeners are still using legal audio streaming software at an ever-higher rate, an IFPI report suggests that issues with unlicensed and underlicensed platforms like YouTube remain—particularly when it comes to "stream ripping."
The American Association of Medical Assistants’ new Assessment-Based Certificate in Geriatrics program aims to help these front-line healthcare professionals develop knowledge and interpersonal skills to better serve elderly patients.
With the popularity of tattoos among teens and young adults on the rise, the American Academy of Pediatrics wants to make sure teens are informed—and doctors know what to say to those teens.
Two new reports suggest that Midwestern and Southern cities have a better balance of job openings and cost of living than their coastal counterparts.
The American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works knew it had to speak up in the debate over the fate of controversial Confederate monuments. How it crafted its response offers lessons for other associations responding to divisive issues.