The Specialty Food Association is increasing the space it’s donating to incubators at its Summer Fancy Food Show. This year, the former Incubator Alley has grown to an Incubator Village, spotlighting 11 incubators and 80 emerging food companies.
Inspired by two college students, RadTech: The Association for UV&EB Technology launched an accelerator-style education program to explore young people's ideas for uses of the technology and connect members with startups.
It’s no secret that podcasts are rising in popularity. Here’s how the American Camp Association created its CampWire podcast as an extension of the content it’s already producing.
The New York City Bar Association announced that it will offer complimentary continuing legal education to some segments of its membership, while others will be able to access CLE for one annual fee. The move is designed to keep members engaged as competition from free education providers is growing.
New federal guidelines change the rules around unpaid internships. Here’s what associations need to know to avoid legal risk.
Associations that want to retain donors and increase donations should consider creating a donor engagement plan.
The new CompTIA Marketplace doesn’t just want to deliver a streamlined experience that consumers have come to expect. It also wants to help them plan their career path in the years ahead.
This week, the American Academy of Actuaries introduced 2018: Making Issues Count, a series of nonpartisan guides aimed at helping voters become better informed as they approach this year’s elections.
Looking to launch or reboot your association’s corporate sponsorship or partnership programs? Two experts share three tips that will get you on your way.
With an aim to show policymakers the economic impact of the dairy industry, the International Dairy Foods Association joined forces with two other industry groups on the “Got Jobs?” campaign.