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As Association Revenue Changes, Where Are Job Functions Concentrated and How Does Your Association’s Structure Compare?

AssociationExecs.com houses over 150,000 association staff profiles segmented into job functions including finance, information technology, marketing, membership, and more. With such a wide range of associations types, industries, sizes, and revenues, Association TRENDS wondered how those job functions changed from association to association. Does the amount of financial job titles increase with overall revenue? WhichRead more ›

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Lobbyists.Info Launches First Full-Scale Government Relations Industry Compensation Survey

May 3rd, 2018 WASHINGTON DC – Lobbyists.Info is launching the first-ever full-scale Government Relations Compensation Survey spanning the complete landscape of government relations professionals from firms to corporations, associations, PACs and think tanks. Lobbyists.info, the provider of industry staples including Washington Representatives to the US Congress Handbook and Almanac of American Politics, aims to exploreRead more ›

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Policy Focus on Internet & Wireless Issues Surge with Governance and Political Activity Issues Remaining Strong – TRENDS Attends ASAE’s Associations Day

In March, Association TRENDS’ Advocacy Team, the provider of ASAE’s custom Congressional Handbooks, attended ASAE American Associations Day to learn more about policy priorities in the association community. As part of the fly-in, each year ASAE produces an advocacy priority study where they ask their CEO and government relations executive members where ASAE should beRead more ›

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Top 10 Things Elected Officials’ Staff Hate to Hear

Number 10: But I thought my appointment was with the Senator. Never, ever indicate that you are disappointed to be meeting with a staff person. On Capitol Hill, having a good relationship with staff can make or break your cause. Number 9: Here’s some reading material for you – our 300-page annual report. When meetingRead more ›

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Drafting Your AMS Selection Team

Who should be on your project team? It depends. Many organizations fall into the habit of appointing the same people to every project and every phase of a project without ever evaluating the skills needed to make that project a success. Staff members who are big picture thinkers and have a general understanding how processesRead more ›

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