Big city love from ASAE

Aaron Wolowiec

On July 25, ASAE announced the host cities for its meetings, through 2022: 2017 – Toronto. 2022 – Atlanta. 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

Big city love from ASAE

Aaron Wolowiec

On July 25, ASAE announced the host cities for its meetings, through 2022: 2017 – Toronto. 2022 – Atlanta. 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

Involve Young Pros In Your Meeting Planning and Marketing Efforts

Associations Now

So I was excited when I came across an article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette earlier this week about VisitPittsburgh’s 2022 Committee. The 2022 Committee idea is scalable for other CVBs and associations.

Daily Buzz: When It’s OK to Break the Rules

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Part of this effort includes that half of their individually wrapped sweets will be 200 calories or less by 2022. You want your members to be happy—but unintentional negative interactions with your staff could prove a major turnoff.

House Extenders Package Includes UBIT Repeal

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Neal has proposed paying for extensions of a slew of lapsed tax breaks by ending higher exemption levels for the estate tax at the end of 2022 instead of 2025 as currently scheduled.

Talkin’ SaaS Stats: Customer Success is Having a Moment

Higher Logic

billion by 2022 [ Transparency Market Research ]. Which begs the question…what took so long? It’s simple. Without customers, you don’t have a business. Without happy customers, you don’t have a successful, profitable, sustainable business.

Opportunity Knocks – Are You There?

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According to a Bureau of Labor Statistics report , only 19 of the 30 occupations projected to grow fastest from 2012 to 2022 require some form of postsecondary education for entry. million jobs between 2012 and 2022 accounting for more than half of all new jobs.

Airline Industry Ramps Up RFID-Based Baggage Tracking

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But according to research from the airline technology firm SITA and IATA, the new initiative could further reduce the number of mishandled bags by as much as 25 percent by 2022, potentially generating a cost savings of as much as $3 billion.

Effort Empowers Kansas City Women To Effectively Negotiate Salaries

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Following the program’s success in Boston and other cities across the country, including Washington, DC, and Tempe, Arizona, AAUW CEO Kimberly Churches last year announced the organization’s commitment to train 10 million women in salary and benefits negotiation by 2022.

Five Leadership Problems That Brought on the FIFA Disaster

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The recent controversy in the organization has focused on a pair of World Cups— planned for Russia in 2018 and Qatar in 2022 —with allegations of bribery tied to the bidding process for each event.

FIFA’s Corruption Headache: Boardroom Rift Erupts Over Transparency Issues

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FIFA, the organization that governs the sport internationally and puts on the World Cup, has stoked controversy by choosing to keep secret a report of an investigation into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

Nursing Groups Cite Looming Employment Shortage

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Bureau of Labor Statistics projections that, by 2022, there will be 3.24 The nursing industry says it’s struggling to meet a growing need for nursing care with fewer new nurses—a problem that one association says is compounded by a teaching shortfall.

Monday Buzz: Joining Forces Against Ransomware

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ASAE Names Future Host Cities for 2018 through 2022 @ASAEannual #assnchat https://t.co/Ai5hBvzWEh 2022: Atlanta. 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.

Shopping Center Group Helps Members Navigate Industry Disruption

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With a number of big name retailers shuttering stores and Credit Suisse predicting 25 percent of malls will close by 2022 , there are questions whether shopping centers are becoming a thing of the past.

17 Essential Email Design Tips + Inspiration for the Non-Designer

Higher Logic

Did you know that the number of emails sent per day is projected to grow to 333 billion by the year 2022? Whoa, that’s right – per day.

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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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Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.10.17

Reid All About it

Trade Show 2022: Expo Trends to Exploit for a Prosperous Future. How often do you find yourself doing something that’s at odds with what’s best for you? Something you do to check out and ignore what the best truest part of you would do. Maybe you’re procrastinating.

Thursday Buzz: Smooth Flying in the Future?

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Boarding and takeoff at airports may soon be faster and more enjoyable, thanks to math. Plus: Addressing and clarifying your organization’s tax status to the public. Imagine if sitting on the runway before taking off was eliminated altogether.

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.