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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.
The distinction between virtual and digital may seem like a matter of semantics, but shifting from the former to the latter has the potential to catapult your association from relevant to indispensable. In this PARtners @ Work feature, Matchbox shares 5 steps for launching a new digital initiative.
Associations aren’t the only entities facing the challenges of a competitive market. The podcast industry, which experienced significant growth from 2014 to 2020, is also reimagining its work while decreasing its workforce. Join PAR as we examine why these top podcasts of 2023 were recognized as the best among more than 4 million shows worldwide… and what your association can learn from them about audience engagement.
Associations have the opportunity to pioneer new opportunities for business that will impact their missions. We asked the most recent PAR GOAT Award nominees to share one big idea for associations to consider in 2024.
As a new year begins, find out what this group of association professionals say is the best advice they’ve received during their professional career.
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?
In PAR’s 2023 Business Development Landscape Report, 87% of respondents said membership was the “highest priority for revenue.” Find out what this group of association professionals say associations should consider for membership in 2024 and beyond.
New data shows there is one area that is growing increasingly important to members, but is undervalued by associations.
What does sour milk, a test kitchen and the search for perfection have to do with associations? We connect the dots in this article as we explore the benefit of an association seal of approval along with Dr. Michael Tatonetti, CPP, CAE – and ask the questions to help you determine if you’d receive the endorsement and trust of your own audience.
Every association program follows a natural lifecycle. They grow, mature, and yes, eventually decline. For associations, the critical question is what to do with those programs in decline. When do you opt for updates and when do you bid it farewell?