Step Four: Discussing the Strategic Implications, Part 2

Eric Lanke

For each indicator, we'll ask each Board member to select the descriptions they believe most likely to be true for our industry in 2023. One of those descriptions will be true in 2023. Associations Strategy and Execution

3 Add-on Tools to Drive Association Revenue + Amplify Member Engagement

Higher Logic

Tie community activity to an individual or an organization’s larger profile to make the information more useful, and plan future strategies accordingly. billion by 2023. Is your association leveraging technology to its fullest potential?

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Daily Buzz: Say Goodbye to Free Shampoo at Hotels

Associations Now

The bill, officially called AB 1162, would take effect in 2023 for hotels with more than 50 rooms and a year later for all other hotels and rental homes. Developing a member-first email strategy can help eliminate email fatigue.

How Our Association Prepared for the Future.

Association Success

However, the number of high school graduates in the state will decline by 8% between now and 2023. Take time to analyze the information available to you, and lead by developing an innovative strategy unique to your members and industry. By engaging prospective professionals at an early stage, we ensure that our industry will thrive for years to come. When even planning for the next two years can feel overwhelming, plotting out the bigger picture at your association takes initiative.

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Blurred Lines: Leisure Travel Trends Affect Business Travel

Associations Now

According to the report, mobile payment technology is making significant strides, and it points to these statistics as proof: In 2013, banks handled $410 trillion in noncash transactions, and that number is expected to reach $780 trillion by 2023.

Association 4.0: 2018’s Transformation Imperative


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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