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Arrested Development? A Strategic Approach to Technology Reboots Association Growth

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Somewhere back in the Dark Ages of IT- say two years ago, because that’s how fast the electronic world moves now ¬- we thought about technology as a tool to do business. Technology has made the leap out of the toolbox. Scan the Market.

7 Takeaways for Associations and Association Executives

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Since I had some interest from CPI for a cause marketing project for one of my clients, their demise caught my attention. Mitch Goldstone, chief executive of California-based ScanMyPhotos.com, said CPI should have been on the cutting edge of photo technology and advancements.

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Trade Association CEO Support: Event Planning Checklist

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Consider these major responsibilities: Membership Development, Membership Benefits, Membership Administration, Governance, Volunteer Development, Meeting/Event Management, Government Affairs, Market Development, Education, Operations, Communications and Cheerleader. · F-B Chair: f-b items, planning and on-site management · Marketing Chair: promo scripts, registration flyer, promo schedule, sales responsibilities, registration handling. · Trade Association CEO Support.

Sample Strategy and guidelines for Group/Affinity Services

Trade Association CEO Blog

Consider these major responsibilities: Membership Development, Membership Benefits, Membership Administration, Governance, Volunteer Development, Meeting/Event Management, Government Affairs, Market Development, Education, Operations, Communications and Cheerleader. Association] wishes to attract vendors of business products and services into a marketing partnership if that vendor views, as a primary market, the [description of the association membership]. Using Technology.

The First Milepost for the 3-Way Management Team

Trade Association CEO Blog

Consider these major responsibilities: Membership Development, Membership Benefits, Membership Administration, Governance, Volunteer Development, Meeting/Event Management, Government Affairs, Market Development, Education, Operations, Communications and Cheerleader. This situation is much more critical for small associations than it is for large because, just like in any small business, the CEO must be skilled in so many more elements from marketing to finance and beyond.

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Members Get Members. Staff? Not So Much.

Trade Association CEO Blog

Consider these major responsibilities: Membership Development, Membership Benefits, Membership Administration, Governance, Volunteer Development, Meeting/Event Management, Government Affairs, Market Development, Education, Operations, Communications and Cheerleader. I have always been jealous of those trade associations with a powerful membership hook, like a killer price on an insurance program or a government mandated certification that members must have for employment.