Some practical relationship advice for associations looking to build long-lasting relationships with their corporate sponsors.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America is launching an eBay shop to support its charitable efforts. All proceeds on member goods sold on the store will go to the council’s Fashion Targets Breast Cancer initiative.
Multiple associations help support haunted houses around the country—and the Halloween-themed industry is a big one that generates a whole lot of revenue.
The Women’s Skydiving Leadership Network is launching a pair of new campaigns that aim to bring both awareness and training for women interested in the sport. The group has seen more than 2,000 members join since its 2016 creation.
The nonprofit data analysis firm reports that CEO salaries are still on the rise, based on tax filings from the 2016 fiscal year. Meanwhile, the gender gap is closing, but parity is still a ways off, especially at larger organizations.
The federal government's Public Service Loan Forgiveness program for college graduates has only helped 96 people since its 2007 launch, due to arduous requirements, putting those banking on using the program—particularly at nonprofits and in public service—in financial peril.
The Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association started licensing some of its learning content a few years ago. Doing so created a new source of nondues revenue for the association.
How can you make your association better in 2019? Four questions to ask to develop the strategies that will get you there. Also: Onboarding new members.
What does a pharmacist do? During American Pharmacists Month, the American Pharmacists Association wants to highlight the industry’s dedication to your health.
Recently, the highest-profile issues in higher education leadership are related to college sports. The Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges wants to keep athletics accountable, starting with the foundation of their governing bodies.