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60% of associations polled in a new Professionals for Association Revenue (PAR) survey reported their sales teams need to allocate more time each week to prospecting for clients, members and event attendees. But do associations need more prospecting time or do they simply need to prospect more efficiently?
Association teams share the same mission but often prioritize different aspects of association advancement. While organizational structures are inherently complex, a gap develops between leadership and teams when they are not aligned under the same association strategy. In this month’s Executive Take, we asked four association executives: How can associations bridge the gap between leadership and business development teams?
This monthly series shares revenue strategies, perspectives and experiences from association executives and subject matter experts on a revenue topic. In PAR’s March edition, we are focusing on customer outreach. Striking the right balance of keeping in touch involves a thoughtful and customized approach to the type and frequency of communication. Learn the approach this months experts take when it comes to keeping in touch.
Towson, MD, January 23, 2023 – The Professionals for Association Revenue (PAR) is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2022 PAR GOAT Award, Colleen McKenna, CEO & Founder, Intero Advisory. The PAR GOAT Award recognizes outstanding professionalism, dedication, and passion for raising awareness around the impact of association business development.
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.
Towson, MD, November 29, 2022 – The Professionals for Association Revenue (PAR) has announced the 2022 Finalists of the Pierre PARtnership Award recognizing business forward association programs, events, and staff experiences that align mission and business. Finalists will discuss their work and the award will be presented during the RevUP Summit, December 7-8, in Annapolis, Maryland.
Associations Council is making it easy for volunteers to say ‘yes’ with toolkits, incentives and open communication. The result? Engaged members who are vital to growing the membership base.
Successful corporate sponsorship programs benefit both professional members as well as the sponsoring organization. But sometimes the word ‘corporate’ is an unwelcomed word when talking with association leadership and board members. Discover how to improve the conversation and begin assessing your association’s readiness for corporate sponsorship investment with expert Lori Zoss Kraska.