Email Marketing Trends: What’s Hot in 2017

Associations Now

Long neglected as part of the communications conversation, emails have become more essential than ever in 2017. A number of major media outlets, finding the process of making emails cumbersome and limited as far as data goes, have invested in significant amounts of technology.

Webinar Recap: Talent Generation: An Important and Unexpected Role for Associations

Blue Sky eLearn

We’ve had a fluctuating, uncertain economy since 2002. Rapidly changing technology. We have had more technology developed in the past 5-10 years than the 50 years before that. New ideas or technology is often shot down – worrying over impacting legacy business. Did you miss the live webinar? Read the recap here! We are at the end of an era. This has influenced consumerism and membership.

How to Produce Association Rock Stars for 100 Years and Beyond

Association Adviser

At our annual meeting (May 31-June 2, 2017 in Macon), we’re going to have several segments that are hands-on learning and sharing of ideas. AA: Where did your anniversary theme, “Producing Association Rock Stars Since 2017 & For the Next 100 Years,” come from?

Catch AARP’s Newest Spokesperson, If You Can

Associations Now

The 2002 Steven Spielberg-Leonardo DiCaprio collaboration was a memorable yarn about a clever scammer who blended into his surroundings like a chameleon, frustrating law enforcement authorities who pursued him for years. ” “Technology breeds crime—it always has and it always will.

State Government Groups Release Recommendations for IT Procurement

Associations Now

Two groups representing state employees released an action plan, encouraging state governments to improve the process of acquiring technology. However, NASCIO has been working to modernize procurement since 2002, though without as strong an advocacy campaign behind it, Robinson explained.

What Does the Process of Chapter Restructuring Look Like?

Chapter Chat

Since 2002, Peggy Hoffman and Peter Houstle at Mariner Management have been talking about the need for associations to take a hard look at their chapter model.