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Black association leaders pledge to increase access to and confidence in the COVID-19 vaccines within the Black community. Also: Who defines an association’s culture, the members or the staff?
Associations are facing a transition phase where most meeting planners have to consider in-person attendees and virtual viewers. To serve everyone well, don’t fall into the trap of hosting both versions simultaneously, and lean on the community.
No two associations are likely to have the same needs when it comes to cloud computing. Check out our interactive quiz to see what your needs might look like.
Announcements that two iconic business leaders would be leaving their roles highlight the challenges of maintaining culture amid leadership transitions. Here’s how associations in the same boat can find their path forward.
The AMA’s CEO and executive vice president takes steps to reconsider the controversial founder of the organization. Also: Learn strategies for effectively repurposing content.
In a world where a live event can be as simple as a few people meeting via videoconference, how do the rules of music licensing apply? According to one legal expert, it’s a question of liability and risk, just as with in-person events.
Vanity metrics are nice, but your key performance indicators should focus on the relationship between engagement and business results, says the founder of Community by Association.
John Graham IV, FASAE, CAE, will be inducted into the Events Industry Council's Hall of Leaders. Also: A medical association stands up for a doctor facing criminal charges for distributing the COVID-19 vaccine rather than wasting it.