Innovation for Association Executives

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I saw this book on a friend’s home office desk this summer in Connecticut. Introducing a genuinely new product or service is not enough; if customers don’t see the innovation as uniquely valuable, or are unwilling to pay the required price, then the innovation will not succeed…The second school argues that failure is rooted in shortcomings of leadership and implementation. I’m thinking about innovation in the context of managing associations and non-profit enterprises.

Innovative Planning at The Global Pet Expo Creates Greater Productivity for Attendees

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Meet our fifth “Planner of Productivity”: Andrew Darmohraj, executive vice president and chief operating officer for the American Pet Products Association, based in Stamford, Connecticut. There is now a great selection of hotels in every price point for our attendees.

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Guns in Schools: Districts Consider Arming Staff, but Insurers Have Cold Feet

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More details on the issue: The problem: In the wake of the school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, late last year, a number of districts in such states as Kansas, Oregon, and South Dakota have considered giving educators the choice to carry weapons on campus. Some school districts are trying to allow educators and other employees to carry guns on campus, and many insurance carriers have threatened to raise premiums or cancel coverage entirely.

6 Reasons your Association should Sponsor a Sports Program

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The association that is our Connecticut counterpart is a sponsor of a Division I University's basketball games. Members have saved several thousands of dollars from regular ticket prices. There are 6 reasons they do it. that are each good reasons for you to consider sponsoring a team/program in your area/state too: 1. Popular tickets for fundraising events and/or prizes: Their sponsorship includes season tickets to the men's and women's home basketball games.

Coronavirus Updates for Association and Events Professionals – What You Need to Know

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The Price of the Coronavirus Pandemic (source: The New Yorker) April 13, 2020 – As April arrived, businesses, large and small, decided not to pay rent, either because they didn’t have the cash on hand or because, with a recession looming, they wanted to preserve what cash they had. Connecticut – 3.5 About this list.

Daily #COVID19 Updates for Association and Events Professionals – What You Need to Know

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The Price of the Coronavirus Pandemic (source: The New Yorker) April 13, 2020 – As April arrived, businesses, large and small, decided not to pay rent, either because they didn’t have the cash on hand or because, with a recession looming, they wanted to preserve what cash they had.