PSA To Nonprofits: GDPR May Apply to You

SocialFish

The GDPR authorizes a maximum penalty for noncompliance with the principles of the GDPR as a fine of up to 4 percent of an organization’s annual worldwide revenue or €$20 million (whichever number is higher). Implementation Industry Insider Nimble Nonprofit Useful Data

Game Plan 2014: Seeing Around the Corners

Association Adviser

Most associations agree non-dues revenue is essential, but our research shows very few ask advertisers and sponsors for their input. Plotke lamented that associations tell her non-dues revenue is more important than ever.

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MemCom Awards – could you be a winner?

Optimist Consulting

As you may know, MemCom organises the annual awards for the membership industry. To help inspire your entry Olivia Chute from Chaz Brooks Communications , a PR agency has agreed to kindly shares their 5 tops tips for industry award entry.

California Association Turns Farm Workers Into Farm Owners

Associations Now

Since 2002, 90 ALBA graduates have begun their own independent farms off-site and are doing well. The association sources 80 percent of its produce from its graduates and last year generated about $5 million in revenue.

Arrested Development? A Strategic Approach to Technology Reboots Association Growth

.orgCommunity

Identifying new markets and sources of revenue – relying too heavily on dues revenue can be catastrophic for associations. Diversifying the revenue base is essential to prepare for upcoming generations who don’t feel a traditional affiliation with their professional association.

Jeffrey Cufaude, Idea Architects: Making Sponsorship Special Again

Idea Architects

in order to generate extra revenues. simply to support the industry or to have their name attached to an. Dec 2002 (6). Nov 2002 (4). Sep 2002 (2). Aug 2002 (3). Jul 2002 (3). Jun 2002 (2). May 2002 (4). Jeffrey Cufaude, Idea Architects.

Pop-Up Events: The Next Trend for Associations?

Associations Now

Some familiar brands have found they’re a great way to not only generate buzz and revenue (between $ 45 billion and $50 billion annually , according to a study conducted by Chicago-based marketing firm PopUp Republic) but also introduce and test new products.

ASAE Requests Aid for Associations Hit Hard by COVID-19

Associations Now

Citing major revenue losses related to the coronavirus pandemic, ASAE is asking lawmakers for $25 billion in emergency aid for associations in a proposed economic stimulus package, along with a federal pandemic risk insurance program.

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Opening the Door to Government Members

Associations Now

Often, budget cuts and revenue loss translate directly into lost opportunities for professional development and networking. Take, for example, the National Defense Industrial Association, which has more than 85,000 members in the defense and national security community.

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The Alternatives to LinkedIn Groups Your Members Will Love

Disciple Media

Established in 2002, it’s also one of the world’s oldest social networking platforms. But its also a platform that makes its revenue from advertising, which tends to drive the focus away from organic community building. This applies in almost any industry, whether you’re a consumer- or business-facing brand looking to create a support group, brand advocate community, or just a lively gathering of people united under a common purpose.