In one prominent case, the answer is yes, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the answer is yes for you—and it probably isn’t for your staff.
Franchisees for many major fast-food chains are collaborating closely as part of franchisee associations. Last week, a group of McDonald’s restaurant operators became the latest to form one.
The Government Blockchain Association is hoping to juice up engagement by, fittingly, offering tokens to members as part of a long-term experiment. The more active members are, the more they accumulate tokens—which will have value on a member exchange in future years.
The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, which is closely collaborating on the response to Hurricane Michael this week, is using its website to highlight the work being done to get affected communities back on the grid.
The contest, focused on the opioid crisis, aims to encourage students to take a deeper dive into the potential of a career in statistics—while highlighting the value of public data.
A new report from CWT Meetings & Events reveals that a growing demand for meetings isn’t being matched with a fresh supply of new, larger hotels that are well-equipped for events.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America is launching an eBay shop to support its charitable efforts. All proceeds on member goods sold on the store will go to the council’s Fashion Targets Breast Cancer initiative.
Google was stuck with a major security crisis as a direct result of letting its little-used Google+ platform stick around. For associations, the situation highlights the risks of failing to sunset a platform that has fallen into disuse.
Multiple associations help support haunted houses around the country—and the Halloween-themed industry is a big one that generates a whole lot of revenue.
The Women’s Skydiving Leadership Network is launching a pair of new campaigns that aim to bring both awareness and training for women interested in the sport. The group has seen more than 2,000 members join since its 2016 creation.