Global Meetings Industry Day, a worldwide meeting that had presenters from several continents, MPI saw new memberships from over 200 people.
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Every association board and executive team has at some point asked the question, “Should we live stream our physical events?”
One of the main concerns that associations have about using multiple platforms is integrations. If your integrations are handled poorly, adding a new platform can create a really poor user experience. As a result, many associations shy away from using platforms that can deliver more powerful results than their existing membership or LMS systems.
Engagement is important because it’s effective. When an event gets people excited, it’s directly beneficial to the organization putting it on. The attendees are more likely to come to the next event and recommend it to others, and they’ll be able to pay attention and retain what they learned better. And the best part is: it doesn’t have to be expensive or elaborate. By making just a few of these small changes, an association can take its event from competent to prominent.
Making a plan is crucial for associations wanting to keep up with technology. But how do you go about it? We’ll discuss the information you need to know when making your digital strategy.
Technology. It’s improving faster than ever, but is your association? Learn why you need to consider the consequences of not keeping up.
If your conference doesn’t seem as profitable as you’d like, you may be missing out on a way associations make money that too many are overlooking.
Associations are racking their brains trying to find more Member Benefit Programs, when the best Member benefit they can offer their Members is access to the content they already produce.
ACRP was able to remote in the Presenters from their home location to give their presentation to the more than 1,500 attendees gathered at the Washington State Convention Center. The audience was able to ask them questions as if they were actually in the room, and the session barely skipped a beat.
The success of most Associations is centered around the success of their Annual Meeting. In today’s world, many Associations struggle at finding ways to offset the increasing travel frustrations, and grow their meeting.