Chapters live and die by their educational events. Most of their revenue comes from event registrations, sponsorships, and exhibition fees.
A virtual chapter might fit in with an increasingly digital-first world, but it can also present organizational obstacles.
Members communicate, research, network, learn, and interact with customers online. Joining a virtual community or chapter is the natural thing to do.
Virtual chapters sounds like a great idea, don't they? Let's look at associations that use a virtual chapter to solve their membership challenges.
This workshop will allow you to discuss elements your association should take into consideration when exploring and offering virtual components/communities.
During the American Academy of Pediatrics annual chapter summit, volunteers can ask questions and find answers at the chapter services lab.
What resources are needed? How do we support volunteer leaders? We are gathering a group of association execs in two workshops...
The first few months after they join your association, a new member is evaluating whether they made the right choice. Has membership met their expectations?
Survey says member renewal rates increase from 62 percent to 68 percent after the implementation of a new member onboarding (engagement) plan. See why.
Engagement might be the top priority of a membership portal, but it can generate revenue from your other offerings too. It is the ultimate engagement tool.