2 Ways for Associations to Appeal to Young Professionals

GrowthZone

The next era of the association world is dependent on recruitment, engagement, and renewals of young professionals. Associations should plan to regularly host workshops, online training, and peer-to-peer learning designed to help members develop professionally. Member Engagement Growt

A Simple Tactic to Appeal to Prospective Young Members

GrowthZone

In an article recently featured in Minnesota Meetings and Events magazine, GrowthZone explored benefits that attract young professional members. Of all the benefits associations should promote in order to attract young members, resume building is particularly enticing. “By Tweet.

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Let’s Meet In Real Life!

Smooth The Path

We want to provide an amazing member experience. We can connect at: AssociationsNorth in Minneapolis, Minnesota, February 21st. The first is called Fueling Exceptional New Member Experiences. Related: Fueling Exceptional New Member Experiences [e-book].

Find More Meaning in Your Metrics

Associations Now

“Historically associations have gauged their annual success based on the number of members they have from year to year and that fluctuation. How many more “wins” does your association get by adding 1,000 new members ?

Association Brain Food Weekly: 7.14.17

Reid All About it

and how to get the right statistics to prevent national and chapter level members from leaving. and how to get the right statistics to prevent national and chapter level members from leaving. Presenters: Trista Harris, president, Minnesota Council on Foundations.