NON-DUES-REVENUE WORKSHOP #1: TWO CASE STUDIES PRESENTED BY ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVES WITH Q&A
Webinar: Group live presented online due to COVID-19 || Attendance: 64 Associations || Reviews ♦♦♦♦♦ || Great presentation || Always a great topic and great job y’all! || Wade did a great job in moderating. I was greatly impressed by Karmin’s presentation and ideas. Thank you Wade for the recommended reading…Competing in the Age of AI. Thank you for inviting to join the presentation. Very thought stimulating topic!. || Great presentation and presentation skills Karim. Very engaging || Thanks to all. Really like looking at delivering information in news ways! || Thank you UST; really enjoy every session. Informative and timely information.
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|Course Title||Non-Dues-Revenue Workshop #1: Two Case Studies presented by Association Executives with Q&A|
|CPE (NASBA Category)||Specialized Knowledge|
|CAE Field of Study||Programs, Products and Services|
|Prerequisites||At least 1 year experience with association or nonprofit operations|
|Advanced Preparation||No advanced preparation is necessary or required|
|Location||Group Live presented online due to COVID-19|
|Date||January 27, 2021|
|Time||3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. EASTERN TIME|
|Cost||$0.00 (no registration fee required)|
With declining membership in many associations, there is an increasing need for Associations to find new sources of revenue besides dues and annual conferences. In this course you will learn what other associations have done to open up non-traditional revenue streams. Learn how some associations have restructured their operations or engaged in new partnerships to help bring added value to “products” that the association already owned, but never effectively monetized. What do associations do when they initially fail in their new ventures; how do they get management and board buy-in to start new revenue generating activities.
|Instructor(s) and Bios:
Sharon Gleason, CFRE, ACFRE, Senior Director of Development & Marketing, Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) and Karim Guirguis, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI)
Bio Sharon Gleason: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharon-gleason-cfre-acfre-4269494/
Bio: Karim Guirguis: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kguirguis/
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
a) Identify new ideas for potential revenue streams
b) How to organizationally adjust in order to break out of traditional ways of thinking in order to open up the possibility for new revenue activities
c) Learn how organizations have used 3rd party partnerships to help monetize existing assets.
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