The new 2021 Association Annual Survey Results report suggests reduced dues revenue and declining membership in the year ahead. For associations wanting to stay ahead of the curve and generate nondues revenue, focus on showing value and creativity.
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores pledges that its members can serve up 100 million vaccine doses to the U.S. population in just a month—if they get the supply. Also: A quiz to test your news literacy.
The National Press Photographers Association prioritizes member safety year-round. During the Capitol Insurrection on January 6, the group used social media to not only share information and safety suggestions but also to communicate with journalists who were on the ground.
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In a letter to administration officials, ASAE welcomed long-sought COVID-19 aid for 501(c)(6) associations provided in the year-end stimulus legislation, but asked for clarification of eligibility for Paycheck Protection Program loans.
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The Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association typically made most of its money from milkshake sales at the annual Farm Show. But with the pandemic forcing the 2021 event to go virtual, the group is taking the show on the road with pop-up milkshake stands around the state.
Influencer marketing is still going strong at the moment even with the shake-ups of COVID-19, and a thoughtful strategy can help associations make the most of the outreach opportunity.
While the pandemic led many associations to offer free education and events as a way to best support members in 2020, now is the time for organizations to re-evaluate their pricing strategy to ensure sustainable revenue.
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