Being in one of the first states to legalize adult use of cannabis, the California Cannabis Tourism Travel Association launched to focus on members in the region. With more interest in cannabis tourism, the group is rebranding and opening to the world.
While many associations have taken note of rises in prices and restrictions related to event cancellation insurance, there are other insurance concerns to consider. From workers’ comp to cyber and homeowners insurance, an expert offers a look at areas to review.
Association professionals are always on the move. Here’s our monthly roundup of new hires, career changes, and retirements across the industry. Of Note: Marla Bilonick is the new president and CEO of the National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders.
To ensure that travelers with disabilities can have good experiences when they take trips, the World Travel & Tourism Council created a guide to help its members ensure their practices and policies are inclusive and accessible.
As associations prepare for the post-pandemic workplace, new research can help provide tips on where to focus when it comes to employee well-being and return-to-work planning.
National Volunteer Week was April 18-24, so we wanted to know how associations thanked their members who had answered calls for help. It turns out, associations get creative, providing everything from shoutouts to discounts to show their gratitude.
With remote work making communication challenging, better listening by employers can help workplaces thrive. New research reveals ethical and strategic listening helped employees feel better connected and organizations make better decisions.
To help offset financial losses from pandemic-related cancellations, some associations launched new revenue-generating products—and they did it fast. Those that succeeded followed a common formula: identifying a need, listening to members, and responding with speed and flexibility.
Pivoting to produce new revenue quickly isn’t easy. Here, association experts offer advice to make your journey less bumpy.
A new course goes virtual and reveals a new revenue source.