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2018 Golf Tournament Sponsorship Opportunities Available
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Become a golf tournament sponsor and benefit from great visibility and a marketing opportunity with fantastic branding behind it! We offer various sponsorship levels including 'Gold', 'Silver' or 'Bronze', or we can customize a program to meet your budget and needs, but don't forget to get your sponsorship information in early in order to receive all the pre-event recognition and branding, including complimentary tickets to the event!

Please click here to view our sponsorship program.  To become a sponsor, or for additional information, please contact our CSAE BC office @ bc@csae.com

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5 Steps to Building a Movement Around Your Mission with Technology
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The Wildlife Conservation Society is leading the pack (pun intended) at using technology to connect more deeply with their constituents. Here are 5 things they did to improve engagement.

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NETWORK NEWS

Welcome to New Members
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Tracey Block Society of Translators & Interpreters of British Columbia MExecutive Director
Allison Thomasson Vancouver Island Conference Centre Sales Manager

 


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INDUSTRY NEWS

Attracting Young Professional Members to Your Association
MEMBER CLICKS

It’s the question that gets asked over and over and over again: How can we attract young professional members to our association? And hey, it’s a valid question! As more and more Baby Boomers enter retirement, and more and more Millennials and Gen Z-ers enter and move up in the workforce, in order for associations to remain relevant (and in existence), they have to start appealing to those younger generations.

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3 Details That Can Make or Break Your Association's Event
MEMBER CLICKS

We’ve all heard it: The devil is in the details, and boy if that isn’t true of event planning. It’s the little things that often have the biggest impact on people, and these three details, in particular, can actually make (or break) your association’s event…

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5 Simple Work Perks to Retain Association Staff
MEMBER CLICKS

We talk a lot about member retention - but what about association staff? Turnover is a burden on any workplace, and even more so on organizations whose resources are already limited. And while you can’t please everyone all the time, there are plenty of little things you can do to show employees that you value their time and effort.

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New Member Onboarding: The Dos and Don'ts
MEMBER CLICKS

In the last installment of our series, we taught you how to attract younger members to your association, which is great! But, what should you do once younger members have joined your association?

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Do Leaders Have an Empathy Problem?
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A study suggests that workplaces where employees don’t feel a connection are at risk of higher turnover. Listening is a good start, but actions matter too.

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Career-Stage Mentorships
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A key benefit of membership in the Illinois Park and Recreation Association is a career-stage mentorship program that brings together early, mid-level, and seasoned professionals. It helps to grow professional networks while keeping members engaged with the association.

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