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Our Professional for Association Revenue (PAR) team keeps our mission in reach with the help of our favorite symbol: an astronaut. Find out why this image reminds us of the powerful things that can happen when mission and revenue align.
There are three steps to association sponsorship sales: awareness, cultivation, and commitment. Find out which important step your sales team may be missing.
In-person conferences are ripe with opportunity, but can leave us feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. Consider these 5 steps before attending your next event.
Associations have powerful stories that can connect with audiences. Expert storyteller Park Howell explains why selling with story can elevate your association above the competition.
PAR announces agenda for the RevUP Summit, the leading association conference dedicated to improving association business.
The professional negotiations that revenue producers undertake can determine the success of organizations. While negotiating is often viewed as a skill that a person either has or doesn’t, it can be practiced for optimal success. PAR workshop presenter Susan Borke tells us how.
When content, marketing and sales teams work together a powerful association ecosystem takes shape. But often these three groups operate with a siloed and disparate approach instead of a strategic one. We interviewed Marlene Hendrickson, incoming AM&P Network president and the Senior Director of Publishing and Marketing for the American Staffing Association, for a publisher’s perspective on a content driven sales strategy.
The association sales process presents unique and complex challenges. How can association sales leaders help their teams navigate the nuances of their organization’s structure and focus instead on building and maintaining relationships? That is the topic of this month’s edition of “Executive Take.”
Structuring, supporting and measuring the success of a sales team are top priorities of all association sales leaders. In this article, thee association sales leaders share their experiences building and maintaining successful sales teams.
51% of respondents to PAR’s Association Landscape Survey said their business development practices would improve if they had more staff focused on the task. But as staffing challenges continue to disrupt the global workforce, adding more staff may not be an easy solution – or the right one.