You want your members to be happy—but unintentional negative interactions with your staff could prove a major turnoff. Also: The National Confectioners Association is offering more health information and options for its sweet treats.
At the National Association of Home Builders, members submit their favorite recipes for a community cookbook that’s now in its second printing. Proceeds from Building an Appetite support NAHB’s scholarship fund.
Keep members plugged in to your association with a member portal designed for success. Also: Amp up your meeting’s content strategy from all sides.
Increase your membership base with this one, three-letter question. Also: new emoji for 2019.
Are your members too busy to engage with your association? Maybe it’s time to rethink how you talk about member benefits and services, reframing them as time-saving opportunities.
Increasing membership numbers should always be a priority—and these three membership growth strategies can deliver on that goal. Also: building an online community that encourages engagement.
During its annual meeting, the American Alliance of Orthopaedic Executives partners with a local charity in the host city. Funds raised not only help support a worthy cause, but the effort also offers opportunities for attendees to engage and interact with one another.
It’s hard work managing chapters across the country and around the world. Here are a few essentials component relations staffers rely on to stay organized and better manage their time.
Analyzing the state of your membership? Don’t just lean on one type of research over the other. Also: Suggestions for a stronger email list.
The American Academy of Implant Dentistry created patient testimonials, a PSA-style video, and a website to increase public understanding of implant dentistry, putting the spotlight on AAID-certified members.