Non-Dues Revenue

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Press Release: PAR Announces Matchbox as First Pathway PARtner

May 28, 2024

Towson, MD, May 28, 2024 – Professionals for Association Revenue (PAR), the leading community dedicated to inspiring association business development, today announced Matchbox as the first Pathway PARtner. This new partnership program connects PAR members with trusted solution providers who value the business sustainability of their association clients and the impact that revenue health can have on the industries associations serve. Pathway PARtners are aligned with PAR’s work and initiatives focused on association sustainability through improved business development practices and ideas.

RevOps: An Organizational Framework to Maximize Non-Dues Revenue Results

February 26, 2024

Understanding the importance of revenue across all departments in your association is an important first step. But, having a clear strategy for how to effectively prioritize revenue helps transform the ‘why’ into the ‘how.’ One effective strategy for your association could be Revenue Operations (RevOps). In this article, Carrie McIntryre of Navigate explains RevOps and why it might be the solution your association needs to streamline processes, breakdown silos and drive sustainable revenue growth.

From Peaks to Valleys: Mastering Non-Dues Revenue with Strategic Leadership

February 20, 2024

Developing a thriving non-dues revenue program isn’t just about the right ideas; it hinges on effective leadership and streamlined internal processes. Learn how findings from PAR’s Non-Dues Revenue Performance Report support the need for data based decision-making, internal collaboration and active leadership to a successful non-dues strategy.

Boost Engagement and Non-Dues Revenue with Cohort Learning

November 3, 2023

The evolution of online learning has transformed the educational landscape, expanding opportunities for both associations and learners. But this increased accessibility also introduces new challenges for associations’ non-dues revenue portfolios. Could cohort learning be the answer for your association?

Executive Take: Elevating In-Person Events

July 3, 2023

Virtual interactions are part of our everyday lives, but in-person events still hold great value for our associations as long as we think critically about their value. That is the topic of this month’s edition of Executive Take.

RevUP 2023: A Home for Business Development {Video}

March 10, 2023

From C-Suite to Non-Dues Revenue teams, the RevUP Summit brings together and supports professionals looking to improve their association’s bottom line. Watch this 2-minute video for a glimpse of the RevUP Summit 2022 and join PAR in Annapolis, Maryland on December 6 and 7 for the 2023 event!

Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Announced as 2022 Recipient of Pierre PARtnership Award

December 19, 2022

Towson, MD, December 19, 2022 – The Professionals for Association Revenue (PAR) is pleased to announce Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) as the 2022 Recipient of the Pierre PARtnership Award. This award recognizes association programs, events, and staff experiences that positively align mission and business.

How Strategic Sponsor Conversations Led to Revenue Boosts for NAMI

October 24, 2022

Learn how the North American Meat Institute (NAMI) built a $2 million dollar sponsorship program by listening to sponsors and delivering value.

Poll: Does Your Association Have a Fresh Perspective on Partnerships?

August 8, 2022

Corporate sponsorship goes beyond selling conferences and events. A strong corporate partnership program can transform an association by providing the revenue needed to advance its mission. Is your association taking advantage of three key corporate partnership opportunities?

PAR GOATs Share Insights for 2022

December 8, 2021

In the final webcast of 2021, The Professionals for Association Revenue celebrated the PAR community’s top contributors and recognized them as the Greatest of ALL Twenty-Twenty One (GOATs). In this video and post, our GOATs share what they learned in 2021 and give insight into how they believe associations can best move forward in 2022.