Big city love from ASAE

Aaron Wolowiec

2021 – Dallas. Congratulations to the cities selected for our 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 ASAE annual meetings and expositions,” said John Graham, ASAE president and CEO. “We Good news fellow Midwesterners! In 2018, ASAE’s Annual Meeting and Exposition will be coming to Chicago!

Big city love from ASAE

Aaron Wolowiec

2021 – Dallas. Congratulations to the cities selected for our 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 ASAE annual meetings and expositions,” said John Graham, ASAE president and CEO. “We Good news fellow Midwesterners! In 2018, ASAE’s Annual Meeting and Exposition will be coming to Chicago!

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Membership Hack: Museum Exhibit

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The exhibit, called “The Power of Trademarks,” opened on June 3 and runs until May 2021. Members of the International Trademark Association created an exhibit for the National Inventors Hall of Fame Museum.

Blending Local Charm With Scientific Savvy to Meet With Purpose in Montréal

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And following a successful event this spring, the organization will return to Montréal in 2021 alongside thousands of other stakeholders for the World Congress of Nephrology. B2B knowledge transfers and industry collaboration was at the heart of this life sciences event in Montréal.

Tips for Hosting a Successful Virtual Event From a Group That Did It

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Ultimately, the corporate real estate association postponed the event, which was expecting 800 attendees from more than 20 countries, until March 2021. After CoreNet Global postponed its Global Summit in Singapore due to coronavirus, the association created a free virtual summit.

TechSoup Launches Growth Capital Campaign with Direct Public Offering

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billion by 2021 and reach to serve more than 1.7 ?. TechSoup is one of the pioneers of the nonprofit technology sector.

ASAE Joins Tourism, Business Groups to Oppose Texas “Religious Refusal” Bill

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ASAE is scheduled to bring its Annual Meeting to Dallas in 2021, which will result in millions of dollars injected into the city’s economy.

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What’s on the Horizon for Meetings in 2020?

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Starting in 2021, Shoptalk will feature 50/50 male and female speakers every year.”. A new year often brings change. Here are three ways that association meetings may transform in 2020.

Report: Cashless Payments Surge in Popularity Worldwide

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RBR reported in September [PDF] that card-based payments are expected to grow by 55 percent between 2015 and 2021, with the largest growth taking place in the Asia-Pacific region. Standing Up for Cash While the trend toward cashless payments is growing, it isn’t without some pushback.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.22.19

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Meanwhile, the older members of Generation Z are coming into adulthood and are expected to constitute a fifth of the US workforce by 2021.

To Succeed in Industry 4.0 Become an Association 4.0™ Leader

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By 2021, one quarter of the top 100 consumer goods companies will be using 3D printing to create custom products on demand. Deploying a smart factory may not be in your future.

What Will Association Management Software Look Like in 5 Years?

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I’m going to put on my prognosticator hat and make a couple of wagers on what things will look like in 2021. Flying cars. Meals that spontaneously appeared after a machine was given an order. A shower that dressed you. These are things I grew up expecting.

Girl Scouts Look To Boost Interest in IT Careers With New Cybersecurity Badges

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million cybersecurity professionals around the globe by 2021. To inspire a familiarity and interest in cybersecurity among girls, the Girl Scouts of the USA partnered with Palo Alto Networks to create 18 new cybersecurity badges.

Match a City’s Perks with Your Attendees’ Interests

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In 2021–2022 the city will host the NCAA Men’s Final Four, NBA All-Star Game, NFL Combine, College Football Playoff National Championship and Big Ten events. Selecting a host destination that shares your mission and values can lead to exclusive local access and enthusiastic volunteers.

How One Advocacy Group Is Making the Case for Open Primaries in New Mexico

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In the latter case, New Mexico Open Primaries wants to encourage the creation of a nonpartisan independent committee to help with redistricting in 2021.

Consumer-Education Campaign Shines Light on Solar Energy

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million households have solar installed, and 4 to 5 million are expected to by 2021. The Solar Energy Industries Association has launched a consumer-education campaign to help people understand the technology and the process of going solar. Solar energy is growing rapidly—1.5

Seek Local Opportunities Linked to Your Association’s Industry

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That’s what the American Association for Anatomy experienced when Indianapolis was selected for the 2021 Experimental Biology conference, a joint meeting with five scientific organizations.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.20.20

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With President Trump’s budget released, 12 subcommittees have begun meeting to determine the federal budget for 2021 and what will stay and what will go. The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… Is it over yet?

Teamwork with Your Host City Is Critical to a Great Show

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It will return to Orlando in 2021, 2022 and 2026. Geoff Cassidy of NAHB discusses the challenges—and opportunities—of managing a show with more than 60,000 attendees.

Daily Buzz: Smart Insights From ASAE’s #TEC19

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In a Tuesday session, Innovexa Solutions founder Yousif Hassan noted that by 2021, 55 percent of all e-commerce transactions will take place on smartphones. From social media to technical debt, a lot of smart thoughts on tech came out of DC this week.

Roaring Success: Lions Club Anniversary Grows New Members

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They created a goal to serve 200 million people per year by 2021. The Lions Club International, one of the world’s largest service organizations, recently turned 100. To celebrate, Lions planned an anniversary party recognizing and incentivizing membership. Membership is a tough job.

With Record-Setting Holiday Travel, Rubber Manufacturers Preach Safety

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Lower gas prices and a rebounding economy will result in a record number of people traveling this holiday season, according to AAA. With more than 90 million people set to hit the road, one association is reminding drivers to check their tires.

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ASAE Cites Discrimination, Business Impact in Testimony Opposing Texas Bill

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As a Texas Senate committee considered a proposed “bathroom bill” in a Tuesday hearing, ASAE submitted written testimony opposing SB 6, saying the measure discriminates against members of the LGBT community and is bad for business.

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Monday Buzz: Joining Forces Against Ransomware

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2021: Dallas. Leading security companies and European police organizations work together on a new effort to stop ransomware. Also: where the ASAE Annual Meeting is going next.

Associations Weigh In on Tipping Debate

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$ 15 The proposed minimum wage that New York’s Labor Department has been ordered to implement by July 2021.

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So What’s Taking High-Speed Rail So Long?

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“68 trips a day” in Texas: The 239 miles separating Dallas and Houston could get a lot shorter by 2021.

Association 4.0: 2018’s Transformation Imperative

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The World Economic Forum’s report, “Deep Shift,” puts a timeline on when key technologies will be mainstream: robots and automation (tipping point 2021); Internet of Things, wearable Internet, 3D printing and manufacturing (tipping point 2022); supercomputers in our pockets (tipping point 2023); driverless cars (tipping point 2026). Anticipating and adapting to change has always been a characteristic of successful association leaders.

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Associations Have Mixed Reactions to Bipartisan Budget Deal

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A bipartisan budget deal announced Tuesday by the heads of the House and Senate budget committees restores much of the funding cut under sequestration. But several associations say the deal introduces some new pain points.

Is Sequestration Killing Innovation?

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billion by 2021, sequestration was put in place as a threat. Could the country that introduced household electricity, airplanes, and the microwave oven soon lose its competitive edge?