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5 Gen Z Values Associations Need to Know


Not every young professional is interested in membership. I know, blasphemous. But they can’t always afford it. And sometimes they don’t get what an association is all about. In our previous post on Gen Z , we looked at five of their values—that list continues here. When you show Gen Z how your association can help them live these values, you have a better chance of drawing them closer as attendees, customers, and even as members. 5 More Gen Z Values—and How To Appeal To Them Generation Z was bo

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Study: Members Need More Customization, Hybrid Options

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MCI’s Association Engagement Index found that members and customers enjoy an array of post-pandemic meeting options and also expect more individualized connections. According to a new report, associations generally found their reputations as industry leaders bolstered by the pandemic. But they still have work to do when it comes to customizing their offerings and appealing to younger members and customers.


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Top Hybrid Workplace Issues that Keep C-Suite Leaders Up at Night


Top Hybrid Workplace Issues that Keep C-Suite Leaders Up at Night Through interviews and our State of the Workplace Pulse Report we’ve learned what issues occupy C-Suite leaders’ minds. When you know how to prevent these issues, or work alongside an expert who does, you’ll sleep well during your organization’s hybrid workplace transformation. Won’t our staff miss having impromptu conversations?

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Survey Shows Members Join Chambers for Networking and Visibility


The results are in! GrowthZone surveyed 474 chambers of commerce professionals across the U.S. and Canada at the end of 2022. The results show several interesting trends impacting today’s chambers. Read on for a preview of the 2023 Chamber Survey findings : Membership is on the Rise The majority of survey respondents say membership at their chamber shows an increase from last year and new membership also shows an increase from last year: 56% Increased net membership 65% Increased new memberships

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The Ultimate Guide to Monetizing Customer Learning

Every decision that goes into your learning monetization strategy matters for your organization’s bottom line. Our research has shown a clear correlation between high program maturity (and ROI!) and choosing the right monetization strategy. This eBook contains clear, actionable ways to approach packaging and pricing models that will help your association grow revenue, improve profitability, and drive expansion into new markets.

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Class Reunion Ideas 2023 


Classmates get to reconnect and catch up during class reunions, often more than a couple of years later. Class reunions. The post Class Reunion Ideas 2023 appeared first on Raklet - All-in-one platform to grow your audience.

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Association Industry Trends to Consider in 2023 and Beyond


When you made your last five-year plan, you likely didn’t imagine that your association would be navigating all the ups and downs of the last few years. But change is a part of life – especially association life. In 2023, as new challenges emerge and your association’s membership evolves, it’s a good time to look at how your organization can learn and adapt so that you can meet the demands of the year ahead and continue to serve your membership well.

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Ruff reality: 5 ways to resolve your pet waste problems


Classified alongside pollutants from vehicles, pesticides, and more, pet waste is considered highly toxic and a nearly never-ending nuisance in community associations. “Not only is dog waste unsightly and unpleasant, it can be dangerous if it’s not properly removed,” says Diana Kavadias of pet waste removal service DoodyCalls. “The waste contains harmful bacteria associated with disease, such as salmonella, e. coli, giardia, and campylobacteriosis, which, if left to accumulate on our streets or

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Why Every CEO Needs a Great Microphone


Now that I have a weekly podcast ( Associations Thrive , available on all the major podcast networks), I interview CEOs, Executive Directors, and Presidents every single week. And you know what I’ve realized? Some chief execs have a great microphone or headset with a great microphone, and many do not. For the purposes of my podcast, I want the chief execs to have a great microphone because my episodes come out sound so much better, and so much more professional when my guests have nice audio.

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