This time of year, everyone seems to have March Madness on the mind, including an association that’s using this month to recruit new members.
One of the challenges to growing your membership may be your organization’s discoverability. Here’s how to get in front of more prospects. Also: When you think of the word “leader,” do you picture a man?
A local chapter of the international charity that serves Baltimore recently launched a grocery store in one of the city’s food deserts. The nonprofit endeavor aims to add elements of social service to the shopping experience.
Women of Email, a professional community, has gained about 1,500 members since starting nearly two years ago. The group says it’s aiming for equality in email marketing—including on stage at conferences and by closing the pay gap.
A look at the benefits that come with thinking of your meeting-goers as guests, rather than attendees. Also, some things to consider before implementing the strategy.
The Public Library Association’s 2018 Conference begins next week in Philadelphia. Around 5,000 are expected to attend.
Another popular RSS reader bites the dust. Also: How to use Instagram to attract younger attendees to your meeting.
Community groups around the country help cities put on annual parades on St. Patrick’s Day—including one that pulls it off with just a 98-foot-long route.
The Academy of Model Aeronautics launched an advertising initiative to educate newer drone owners on the laws involved with flying unmanned aircraft systems.
The famed theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, who died this week, explored ideas that were out of reach for most ordinary people. But the man who studied the far reaches of the universe proved that complex ideas can be made accessible closer to home.