Wed.May 31, 2023

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Membership Pricing: The Basics and 5 Best Practices


Your membership pricing is a crucial part of what retains and delights your members, while also attracting new ones. Plus, it’s a big part of your organization’s long-term success. Finding that sweet spot in your membership prices isn’t easy. Especially when you factor in your operational costs, revenue goals, and enticing future and existing members.

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10+ Unique Fundraising Ideas to Boost Awareness—and Revenue!

Wild Apricot

In this post, we offer ideas for unique fundraisers that will create buzz, generate donations, and take the worry out of asking for support.

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Ryan Davis, CEO of CINC Systems, on Accepting the Unknown

AvidXchange: Association Management

AvidXchange CEO Michael Praeger interviewed Ryan Davis, CEO of CINC Systems , in the latest episode of “The Power of Change” podcast. The two discussed Davis’ unique path from news reporter to C-suite executive and how he’s guided CINC Systems through digital transformation and exponential growth. “The Power of Change” features interviews between Praeger and industry leaders who embrace change and use it to their professional advantage.

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Club Fundraising Ideas: Engage Your Membership & Community

Wild Apricot

Need some fundraising ideas that fit your club's theme? Read on for fundraising ideas for clubs of any size—big or small.

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How To Cultivate Community Affinity Throughout The Generosity Journey

Speaker: Tim Sarrantonio, Director of Corporate Brand

This session will dive into how to create rich generosity experiences that foster long-lasting relationships. You’ll walk away with actionable insights to redefine how you engage with your supporters—emphasizing trust, engagement, and community over transactional giving models. 🤝 Industry expert Tim Sarrantonio will explore data-backed strategies to engage supporters as active participants in a community that values their contributions and shared ideals.

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Collaboration, Connection Top of Mind for Remote Association Professionals

Associations Now

In its fifth benchmarking survey, the Virtual Association Network looks at how associations are handling their HR functions and other operations in a remote environment, as well as where they are facing challenges. The Virtual Association Network was formed in 2017 after its two cofounders, Kevin Helm, CAE, and David Westman, CAE, recognized the uniqueness of organizations that were 100 percent virtual.

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Do the benefits outweigh the risks?

Effective Database

Do the benefits outweigh the risks? As the economist Thomas Sowell points out, there are no solutions, only trade-offs. Every decision we make, every day, involves trade-offs. Another way to look at this is, given a choice of one path vs. the other, will the benefits of that choice outweigh the risks? Is there more … Do the benefits outweigh the risks?

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Blog | 6 Ways Associations Can Benefit From AI | Multiview


If you're in a leadership position or are just trying to improve the way your association works, you've probably heard about the many benefits of artificial intelligence. Until recently, AI hasn't been widely used in the business world, but that's quickly changing. As AI becomes more sophisticated and better able to manage complex tasks, it's poised to greatly impact how organizations operate.

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Peter Rabbit’s Paradise: Senate Bill 23-178 Signed Into Law

Colorado HOA Law

Thanks to Senate Bill 23-178 , community associations throughout the state will see a significant increase in the presence of mischievous young rabbits in the coming years. Senate Bill 178 requires planned communities with detached structures – single family home communities – to permit the installation of vegetable gardens (which include flowers, fruit, herbs, and other edible plants) in front, side, and rear yards.