Moery Industry Partners

Moery Company

Many businesses utilize partnerships with trade associations as a way to build relationships with end users and position their company as an ally to the industry. We’ve been helping businesses do this with dozens of different associations for nearly ten years now – in various industries, including banking , manufacturing , consumer goods , the legal sector, and more. Biotechnology Industry Organization. Consumer Data Industry Association.

Networking in Your Industry and Beyond

Association Adviser

The post Networking in Your Industry and Beyond appeared first on Association Adviser. Get out of your own backyard and diversify your professional network by attending these formal and informal networking events.

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How diverse is the association industry?

Association Success

While we continue to pursue other opportunities to feature more diverse voices and promote anti-racist actions, we’re also looking to get a better understanding of what this problem looks like in our industry specifically. The post How diverse is the association industry?

Industry Hiring Managers: Reach & Recruit Only the Best Candidates

YourMembership Blog

Niche job boards, recruitment advertising and sponsorship solutions make it easier than ever for associations to bring value to their industry and members. YM enables them to collaborate and become the recognized industry leader to match talent with jobs. The post Industry Hiring Managers: Reach & Recruit Only the Best Candidates appeared first on YourMembership. Career Centers Industry News + Trends job board software recruiting

How to Avoid Fundraising’s Quiet Killer: Donor Attrition

Speaker: Jay Wilkinson, CEO & Founder, Firespring

It doesn't take an industry professional to know that nonprofits highly depend on donations. The marketing emails, events, and website design are meant to attract new donors, when what we should be doing is trying to keep the donors we have. Teach a man donor acquisition and he'll get donations for the day--teach a man donor retention and he'll get donations for a lifetime. John Jay Wilkinson, CEO and founder of Firespring, and learn how to get donations for a lifetime. In this session, Jay will help us learn how to step off of the donor acquisition treadmill and rev up donor retention. Six out of ten donors give only once, but this doesn’t have to be your reality. Jay will help us understand how a 10% increase in donor retention will more than double the lifetime value of a donor and minimize our reliance on producing constant appeals for new donors.

Members Hire Industry Advocacy and Promotion

Potomac Core

What they are looking for are opportunities to address their company’s challenges and help position their Industry for growth. As Associations ponder their future strategies, the message is clear: Members hire industry advocacy and promotion. Organizations who embrace the mantra that Members hire Industry advocacy and promotion are doing well. This is helping the Industry position itself with its global customer base. Members Hire Industry Advocacy and Promotion. .

How to Write a Proclamation for Industry Support


Anytown, USA [Grocery Industry] Support Proclamation. WHEREAS, the [grocery Industry] is integral to the availability of [food and nutrion], and. WHEREAS, the strength of the [grocery industry] is dependent on support from its [customers], and.

Wanted: Industry Advisory Group Members

Wild Apricot

We’re looking for participants for a grassroots industry advisory group. If you''ve been involved in a small association, club or non-profit and want to be an advocate for your industry – check out this post for details! Advisory-Group-membership

How this survey revealed the racial inequities in the association industry

Association Success

While has continued to pursue other opportunities to feature more diverse voices and promote anti-racism actions in our organization, we have also sought to understand the impact systemic racism has had on other associations to change the industry for the better. .

4 Ways to Becoming the Best Continuing Education Resource in Your Industry

YourMembership Blog

The post 4 Ways to Becoming the Best Continuing Education Resource in Your Industry appeared first on YourMembership. How associations can support members through professional development. Members’ needs and expectations evolve as they move through their careers journey and look to associations for support. Here are some tips and tricks to take your online learning program to the next level. Your members look to your association to be a leader, especially when it.

Seeking Volunteers For an Association Industry Campaign

Association Success

I work in the association industry.”. This is the fifth time you’ve been asked to explain the association industry, and it’s just not worth going over again. When you think about it, why is that the association industry isn’t understood as such? How often do people leave school with the clear and solid ambition to work in the association industry? Despite the unique and stimulating character of the industry, it is in need of some positive, powerful PR.

Turn Member Influencers Into Industry Ambassadors

Associations Now

If you have members who are influential in your industry or profession, consider putting them to work as ambassadors. Regardless of where your association’s influencers reside, consider if they could serve as an ambassador for your industry or profession. The post Turn Member Influencers Into Industry Ambassadors appeared first on Associations Now A look at some roles to consider them for.

Universities could help the failing marketing industry

Aaron Wolowiec

This week, the Association of National Advertisers announced a new initiative called the Talent Forward Alliance to identify talented professionals and support them in their careers – via professional development and continuing education

Industry Buzz: 3 Key Takeaways from #MCLIVE18


there were a number of breakout sessions covering a variety of industry-related topics: how to work with a difficult board (yeah, we’ve all been there), how to improve the member experience, how to more effectively manage your organization’s data - all that good stuff. If you follow us on social media, you likely know about the conference we just held in Indianapolis - MC LIVE! (If If you don’t follow us on social media, should! All the links are at the bottom of this page.).

Demystifying the China Healthcare Industry


Industry Growth Statistics. Healthcare Industry Stakeholder Map -Government, Hospitals, Industry Partners, etc. As we wrap up 2014, we complete our “subscriber-requested” three part China series with an indepth overview of the China healthcare market.

Four Ways Associations Can Boost Their Industry’s Future Workforce

Associations Now

With many industries facing a shortage of workers and a skills gap, associations can play a critical role in addressing workforce development. Future workforce is a hot-button issue in many industries, with associations looking to boost the flow of talent into their respective fields. The three panelists, led by moderator Kiki L’Italien, concentrated on four areas associations should focus attention on to help their industries find, train, and keep talent.

How the Events Industry Is Coming Together Amid COVID-19

Associations Now

Despite the large economic hit the meetings sector is dealing with due to coronavirus, industry professionals, venues, and organizations have still found ways to support one another and their communities. I don’t know about you, but some days it can be overwhelming to read about COVID-19 and the impact it is having on people and industries around the world. Earlier this week, close to 11,000 industry professionals came together for Global Meetings Industry Day: Virtual.

Joint Surveys and the Importance of Knowing Your Industry

Association Adviser

More about the importance of knowing your association members and your industry in depth. The post Joint Surveys and the Importance of Knowing Your Industry appeared first on Association Adviser -. Marketing & Communications Membership association research industry research marketing research member research member surveys. For more about this topic, click on the headline.

IA Webinar Engages Industry Experts To Discuss How Section 230 Will Enable Pandemic Recovery


IA’s Senior Director of Federal Government Affairs Mike Lemon moderated the panel of industry leaders including: . The pandemic has changed the way we travel, shop, make connections, and even buy new homes.

Delivering Your Valuable Industry Content to Members: 5 Tips


An inherent benefit to joining any association is the amount of industry knowledge that comes along with membership. This knowledge comes in a few different forms: A network of peers (aka, other members), connections made throughout the industry, and the resources that YOU provide! Depending on how long your association has been around (or the nature of the industry), it’s probably safe to say those resources are plentiful - and incredibly valuable!

Become an Advocate (Not Just a Leader) in Your Industry


To keep up with your ever-changing industry, you have to move beyond the traditional “business leader” position and adopt the role of “industry advocate.”. You’ll earn the respect and appreciation of others in your industry. And you’ll have the opportunity to set the tone for the future of your industry, which will give your business the inside track on future developments. What Is an Industry Advocate? Become an Industry Advocate.

Bridging the Education to Employment Gap Will Take An Industry-Wide Movement

Thanks For Playing

The post Bridging the Education to Employment Gap Will Take An Industry-Wide Movement appeared first on Spark Consulting. I recently had the opportunity to contribute to Association Success’s SURGE 2018 spring conference, hosting a “monitor-side chat” with Shelly Alcorn and Tracy Petrillo on the association role in the new educational paradigm. Association Success asked me to write a follow-up article about that session.

Associations’ New Role During an Industry Downturn

Smooth The Path

Some associations serve industries or professions whose heyday is in the past. The post Associations’ New Role During an Industry Downturn appeared first on Smooth The Path. For three years, Sandy went to work, and she never knew if she would work the whole day or if she would be laid off by lunch. Mark works for a company whose CEO routinely takes a poll about who can do without a paycheck this week.

How Industry Trends Shape Member Expectations

Association Success

Trends weave their way into the fabric of an industry in many different ways, and through many different channels. We as Association executives have the opportunity to help drive this conversation and should drive the conversation, but we need to make sure that it’s the right conversation for our association and the industry as a whole. As the world at large opens itself up to more possibilities, our industry needs to be able to match them in kind.

Bridging the Education to Employment Gap Will Take An Industry-Wide Movement

Spark Consulting

The post Bridging the Education to Employment Gap Will Take An Industry-Wide Movement appeared first on Spark Consulting. I recently had the opportunity to contribute to Association Success’s SURGE 2018 spring conference, hosting a “monitor-side chat” with Shelly Alcorn and Tracy Petrillo on the association role in the new educational paradigm. Association Success asked me to write a follow-up article about that session.

4 communication tips for small-staff associations during a health crisis 

YourMembership Blog

YourMembership News Industry News & Trends Member Engagement Professional Development Industry TrendsWhile you hoped that you would never have to experience a crisis impacting your association, here you are. Every day brings more uncertainty with the spread of Coronavirus and your association has a need to expand your communication. Here are four communication tips to assist small-staff associations in displaying responsiveness, partnership and kindness. Keep members.

Study: Robotics Presents Opportunity to Security Industry

Associations Now

Like other industries, research from the Security Industry Association shows that automation can help enhance the skills of human workers. Automation is one of the biggest trends associations are facing , and the security industry is no exception. John Santagate, research director of service robots at the International Data Corporation, said in the press release that, like other industries, the increase in automation doesn’t signify a move to replace human security officers.

The State of the Community Industry: A Return to Community-Driven Business

Higher Logic

He attributes shifts like organizing for the gaming industry, joining Twitter and following thought leaders like Seth Godin and Lisa Gansky to his community success. David Spinks is the founder of CMX, the hub for the community industry. David Spinks, founder of CMX, has been building communities since he was 13 years old.

Getting the Most from Industry Contributors

Association Adviser

This is not only a great way to get relevant, on-topic content from industry thought leaders, but could also be a great way to simultaneously promote the conference and session in one or more of your publications leading up to the event. The post Getting the Most from Industry Contributors by Heather Carnes first appeared on

2018 Topics: Association Industry Predictions From Seasoned Pros


To kick off the new year, we asked a couple of association industry professionals about what they see coming for the industry in 2018 - and I have to say, it’s pretty thought-provoking stuff! What do you think? Agree? Disagree? Have thoughts on other topics? Let us know in the comments! association management Small Staff Chatter

Adapting Your Association (and its Members) to Industry Changes


Does your association struggle to keep up with constant changes in your industry? Every industry is different, but if yours is particularly prone to change then you may want to have some things in place to ease any transitions. It can be difficult for staff to navigate themselves, let alone to help keep members up-to-date! We thought of a few ways your association can keep itself and its members on course through change: association leadership Association Views

Anticipating Trends Across Industries: A Case Study

Association Success

The way we plan for the future can make or break an association and its industry. Many years of working in the association space, and two very different industries within it, have taught me a thing or two about using foresight to an association’s advantage. At that point in time in the early 2000s, the golf industry was flying high. Unfortunately, golf didn’t come together as an industry to plan for these changes as well as we hoped.

Scavenger Hunts and Industry Knowledge

Eric Lanke

Always on the lookout for ways to increase my and my staff''s understanding of the industry we represent and the technology it produces, we''re launching an experimental program at this year''s show--a kind of staff scavenger hunt where the items sought are components manufactured by our members and, hopefully, at work in their natural environment. image source It''s been a busy few weeks at my association.

Industry Gatherings

Association Adviser

November 2010 -- Networking & Opinion Visit Naylor online and at this month's industry gatherings. By Association Adviser staff

3 Marketing Lessons From the Newspaper Industry

Associations Now

In a time when the industry as a whole is struggling, newspapers have been getting creative with their marketing approaches. The nature of all industries is that they’ll have ups and downs, high points and low. At the moment, the newspaper industry is in a not-so-great place, and it’s faced distinct questions of relevance in recent years as a result. But rather than flailing, the industry has taken to coming up with clever marketing approaches.

Industry Gatherings

Association Adviser

October 2010 2 -- Networking & Opinion Visit Naylor online and at this month's industry gatherings. By Association Adviser staff

Daily Buzz: Education Offerings for Industry Partners

Associations Now

Inviting industry partners to join your community pushes its mission forward. Industry partner, affiliate, vendor, or supplier members—whatever your association calls them, if you fail to engage with this member segment, you’re missing an opportunity. The problem: Many industry partners don’t know how to develop those kinds of relationships. The post Daily Buzz: Education Offerings for Industry Partners appeared first on Associations Now

The Industry Standards That Could Kill Robocalls for Good

Associations Now

Telecom industry groups have stepped up their efforts to stop robocalls by developing call verification and blocking standards. Thanks to a new industry standard, the stream of robocalls may soon let up. In recent years, groups such as the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) have been putting together a set of standards to improve the verification systems carriers use when routing phone calls.

Top Auto Groups Combine in Major Industry Merger

Associations Now

The auto industry is shifting into a new gear this week in a move that brings the global sector together in a single trade group. The industry’s two largest associations, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and Global Automakers, announced Wednesday that they will merge to form the Alliance for Automotive Innovation , which will represent nearly every carmaker that sells vehicles in the United States.

Cruise Ship Industry Campaign Uses Stories to Revamp Public Image

Associations Now

The Cruise Lines International Association recently launched the “We Are Cruise” campaign, which uses stories and videos to share the personality of its industry. The Cruise Lines International Association is hoping to upend public misunderstandings of the industry with its campaign “ We Are Cruise.”. The campaign includes videos of employees talking about what they do in a bid to personalize the industry, which some perceive as impersonal and corporate.