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Smooth AMS Implementation: Tips for Success

Association Adviser

Associations frequently express dissatisfaction with their current Association Management Software (AMS) but hesitate to switch due to fears related to the implementation process.

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5 Year-End Fundraising Emails That Are Sure to Increase Donations

Wild Apricot

Sending more year-end fundraising emails without burning out your list sounds like a dream come true, right? Here are the five emails you need to send to build relationships with your donors and increase donations.

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Meetings Industry Insights – November 2023

AMR Management Services

Did they get it right? At the end of 2022 several Event Industry Professionals predicted some 35+ trends for 2023. Among those were budgets, the metaverse, work-life balance, data privacy, and the unknown of supply chains and inflation which we have heard about in previous predictions. Some of the more surprising and interesting predictions were… The post Meetings Industry Insights – November 2023 first appeared on AMR Management Services.

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How to Start a Nonprofit in California: 18 Key Steps & Essential Forms

Wild Apricot

Learn how to start a nonprofit in California with this beginner-friendly guide. Top tips, links to essential forms, typical timelines, costs and more!

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Increase Member Value with Modern Training Experiences

Unlock the potential of your membership association by prioritizing modern member training experiences. In this white paper, we discuss the infrastructure behind an excellent learner experience for members, and how a modern upgrade can turn into major retention gains down the road. You’ll gain insights from real-life examples and identify and address common UX blind spots that may be undermining your current training initiatives.

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Implementing Condominium Restrictions

Florida Condo & HOA Law Blog

When faced with a reoccurring issue in a condominium, the Board of the Directors may want to consider implementing a restriction as a long term solution to the problem. For example, after increasing complaints of loud music at late hours, the Board of Directors may consider a restriction as to when and to what extent music can be played at the condominium.

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Holiday Decorations – Ho, Ho, Ho or Bah Humbug?

Florida Condo & HOA Law Blog

As the holiday season approaches, it is a good time for associations to consider its authority regarding outdoor holiday decorations. Every community is different, and opinions vary about when the holiday decorations should be put up and “how much” is “too much.” Some people want to start decorating for the holidays on November 1, while others think that you should at least wait until after Thanksgiving.

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40 Effective Virtual Event Sponsorship Ideas for 2024

MemberClicks

Virtual events are more relevant than ever. According to a recent Linkedin survey , 79% of event organizers state that virtual events have spurred new opportunities for their organization, while 66% state that they’ve seen a boost in ROI in comparison to physical events. Virtual event sponsorship can help elevate your event by broadening your reach, providing more funding, increased awareness, generating new leads and audience (members, supporters, future sponsors or donors), and improving your

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How Associations Can Begin Addressing Climate Change

Associations Now

While the climate crisis is a serious global concern, associations may be unsure of where to begin to address such a large-scale problem. A newly released white paper explores what leaders can do to ensure both their organizations and members stay resilient and adapt as they confront climate change. It’s only become clearer each year that effects of climate change are getting worse.