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Lunch & Learn -  May 4th, 2017

Golf Tournament - June 15, 2017

Association Trends Benchmarking:  Coping with Trends and Issues In Challenging Times

This interactive session will present key findings from The Portgage Group’s 2017 Association Trends Benchmarking Report. It will share the top-of-mind trends, issues, and challenges facing your peers and also what they’re doing about it.

Thursday May 4, 2017, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre 
1088 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC

Members: $65 Non-Members: $75 (registration includes lunch)

This event is also available via Webinar
Members: $30 Non-Members: $40

Click here for the program and registration

Sponsorship Opportunities Still Available - Please Click Here

Sponsorship Opportunities 2017

If your organization is seeking an investment for your immediate or long term marketing plan and are interested in building strong brand awareness with association management industry leaders, then we invite you to become a CSAE-BC Sponsor!


CSAE-BC Annual Strategic Planning Session April 29, 2017

Once a year, the CSAE-BC Executive Leadership Team volunteers spend a day to invest in meaningful conversation about the priorities and goals of CSAE-BC and to develop a plan for the upcoming year.

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Associations 2025 High Performance Associations of Tomorrow

April 3rd 2017, Richmond, BC 

 On April 3rd in Richmond, BC the CSAE brought together around 60 association executives to explore the future of non-profit/not-for-profits organizations and the potential changes this sector will face in a world that is evolving technologically, demographically (as it pertains to human resources) and socially. 

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Associations Trends Talk 2017

Kindly Sponsored by: 

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Replacing the Engine While Flying the Plane: The Association Executives Guide to 21st Century Change

Association executives and directors have been hearing for years now that change is coming. Membership apathy and decline. Decreasing revenues. Industry consolidation. Competition for education, other programs and services. Governance paralysis. All of these are symptoms of the much larger issue of relevance, value, and member service, that are pushing many associations closer to the brink. For a growing number, the time to change is now…or perhaps never.


Member Profile - Dana Crichton

Who am I and what do I do

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I have been working in the hospitality industry for over 20 years, starting out at the Chateau Lake Louise. I went to work in the mountains for a season and ended up falling in love with the industry and never looked back. I am now the Director of Sales and Marketing for Manteo Resort and Hotel Eldorado, two properties located along a 1,000 foot lakefront boardwalk in beautiful Kelowna, BC. Associations and non-profit organizations form an important part of our business and I love working with them! 


Welcome to New Members

Cassandra Agate, Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort & Spa
Sales Manager |

Gina Bethell, Vancouver Island Conference Centre
Sales Manager |

Stéphanie Roy, Sea to Sky Meeting Management
Director, Association Management and Operations |

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First Steps For Strategic Expansion

Adding a new membership category can increase your lobbying power and add a revenue stream. But it’s not a move to be taken lightly, and a patient strategic discussion can reveal whether it’s necessary. From career-changers to expats to people heading back to school, the world is full of people who’ve decided to shift their conception of who they are.


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Who Comes First — Clients or Employees?

We’ve all heard the saying, “The customer is always right.” Sure, without your clients, you have no business — but without employees, you have no one to serve your paying customers.


The 3 Education Trends Preparing the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

Educators are tasked with the necessary burden of preparing today's students to shape tomorrow's world as our next generation of thinkers, leaders and entrepreneurs -- the tireless creators who are at the forefront of innovation and driving the world’s economy.


Reading Fiction is the Secret to A Successful Career

If you dig around, you will get hundreds and thousands of reasons to read books. Improving reading skills, grammar, memory power are some of the many advantages books provide. While books are beneficial to everyone from kids to adults, there is an unsaid aspect about reading fiction that relates to your work.


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