New Hampshire Looks to Kick-start Craft Beers With Marketing Nonprofit

Associations Now

Brew New Hampshire, a nonprofit with both industry and state support, hopes to draw more attention to its fast-growing craft beer industry—and perhaps sell a few more bottles in the process. Brew New Hampshire is a collaborative effort to help give the industry a major launchpad.

The Lesson of Llandudno

Association Management

That’s nothing new for me—I surf year-round in New Hampshire, sometimes trudging through snow to get to the beach. It was an eye-opening experience—not just because it was a chance to surf somewhere new, but also because it forced me to confront my assumptions.

Association’s Name Change Focuses on Sight, Not Blindness

Associations Now

With an expanding mission and signs of public distrust around its longtime name, the New Hampshire Association for the Blind made the move this week to rename itself Future in Sight. The New Hampshire Association for the Blind doesn’t want to limit its mission because of its name.

Reduce Member Anxiety with Clear Instructions

Smooth The Path

We spend some time each summer in a busy resort town in the white mountains of New Hampshire. How to recruit and engage an entirely new generation of members. On-season traffic clogs the narrow streets and overwhelms the traffic lights.

The Shifting Model for Volunteer Engagement

Associations Now

A new initiative being explored by nonprofits in New Hampshire aims to improve the level and impact of volunteer engagement at a time when the mindset of volunteers is changing.

Hot Association and Nonprofit Social Media Jobs This Week – April 5


Under new leadership and a growing team, we have been thriving, increasing our membership by more than 240 percent over the last four years. Here are some cool jobs, hand-picked by me, that you can find via the SocialFish job board !

How are association publishers building new and existing revenue streams?


Results from the study will be used to develop benchmarks for organizations to compare their own practices and identify new areas for revenue expansion. Association publishers are continually challenged to find new ways to leverage technology, assets, and markets to expand revenues.

6 Tactics Association Marketers Can Learn from the “Silly Season”

SCD Group

Senator Marco Rubio, for example, was heavily criticized as a “robo candidate” because he kept repeating his key message during a debate prior to the New Hampshire primary. The ongoing U.S.

Milk Group Turns to Advocacy to Fight Dwindling Dairy Demand

Associations Now

In New Hampshire, for instance, 19 of the state’s 120 dairy farmers have left the dairy business. But it’s not just an American problem— farmers in the UK, New Zealand, and all across Europe are facing low dairy prices too.

Lessons from a Wargame: SIFMA Shares Quantum Dawn 2 Results

Associations Now

Among potential improvements, SIFMA cited investing in new technologies for risk analysis and crisis management and increasing government involvement.

Top Stories of 2014: Here’s What You Read and Shared From Associations Now

Associations Now

The new book The Art of Membership explains that some members don’t want to become more engaged, but if you understand what those members do want, you can keep them satisfied and renewing year after year. This and other highlights from new benchmarking research.

8 must read articles for Association Executives

SCD Group

A new study illustrates a few ways associations can get more out of their content-marketing strategies. 4 Things Membership Organizations Can Learn From Innovative Companies By Lori Halley via Wild Apricot.

Leading a Staff That Works Everywhere

Associations Now

Others are located at other remote points elsewhere in Alaska, as well as in California, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. An office with plenty of remote workers can work together well thanks to technology.

“Quantum” Leap: One Group’s Novel Take on Cybersecurity

Associations Now

“Industry efforts alone are insufficient,” the New Hampshire Republican wrote for Bloomberg.

Correspondents’ Association Criticizes Nominees’ Lack of Press Access

Associations Now

The WHCA expects the new president-elect to have a protective pool immediately, just like the president does, and we are set to take over coordination of the pooling process from the campaign press corps directly after the election,” read both letters, originally posted by the Huffington Post.

Group Aims to Help School Counselors Face Growing Caseloads

Associations Now

Only New Hampshire, Vermont, Wyoming, and the U.S. 1,061 The average number of students assigned to each school counselor in California for the 2010-11 school year, according to the American School Counselor Association [PDF]. California’s ratio was the highest in the U.S.

Making Waves: Surfing Groups Bank Sport’s Future on Man-Made Parks

Associations Now

New wave-building technologies, such as American Wave Machines’ SurfStream system , are helping to bring surfing to the masses in locales that are not exactly hotbeds of wave-riding, like New Hampshire and Quebec.

Keep Ahead of Higher Ed, the Professional Development Competition for Associations

WBT Systems

But, as economic and technological changes increase the demand for new skills and knowledge, colleges and universities see a market need and they want in. Meet the new professional development competition for associations: higher education. “If At UNC, Northeastern, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, and other universities, administrators are experimenting with new professional development programs targeted at recent graduates and seasoned professionals.

111 Intriguing Chats for 2011


Other states with strong representation include California (16), New York (6), Pennsylvania (5), Florida (4), and Texas (4). Individuals from North Carolina, New Hampshire, West Virginia, Oregon, and Idaho stand alone as delegates from these states. abbycarr - Abby Carr; New York City; Mom of 3, MD at B2B PR firm with finance and professional clients, Brown alum, greenwich villager. benberkowitz - Benjamin Berkowitz; New Haven, Connecticut;