A new benefit gives an association’s members access to comprehensive resources that help them expand their businesses and optimize innovative technology tools in their field.
A new report shows a downward trend in association membership over the past year. But it points to strong leadership and the ability to serve members in a more customized way as promising factors in ensuring long-term sustainability.
Members need their association when times are tough, but they may be facing hardships or other impediments to staying connected. Here are three ideas for keeping your members close and engaged with your community.
A new alliance will connect victims of anti-Asian hate with pro bono legal services and work to prevent further acts of violence. The effort shows the importance of clear goals and strong networking in addressing social problems.
In addition to boosting membership rolls, extending membership to employees of organizational members gives employers a chance to provide professional development opportunities to staff in an uncertain job market.
One association got a boost in membership, engagement, and retention by listening to members, tailoring resources to directly meet their needs, and being open to new ideas.
It’s good to meet people where they are, and it’s even better to meet them before they get there. An association’s college partnership cultivates a new generation of members by empowering and engaging them as students, building a foundation for the future.
Taking the time to celebrate members who excel in their field fosters a sense of personal and professional achievement and exemplifies the value of association membership.
Keeping members and finding ways to lower expenses is more important than raising membership dues right now, according to an expert. Here are some ideas to consider.
What will work look like when some employees return to the office and some stay permanently remote? Making plans while aiming at a moving target has not been easy, but associations are putting pieces in place for a revised workplace, perhaps forever changed by the pandemic. Here is a glimpse of what’s happening so far.