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Mastering Membership Pricing:
Strategies for Optimizing Your Dues Structure
Recorded on January 20, 2015

Is your dues structure still working for your organization?  It might not be, especially as today’s increasingly diverse members are defining “value” in so many different ways.

So, can you tell if your membership pricing is still working—or what might work better?  And how can you go about making changes without making mistakes that undercut your organization’s image and trigger a steep membership decline?

You start with what’s working best for organizations like yours. Then, you use best practices to customize and communicate your own best pricing structure. Here’s how to do it:

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Is your dues structure still working for your organization?  It might not be, especially as today’s increasingly diverse members are defining “value” in so many different ways.

So, can you tell if your membership pricing is still working—or what might work better?  And how can you go about making changes without making mistakes that undercut your organization’s image and trigger a steep membership decline?

You start with what’s working best for organizations like yours. Then, you use best practices to customize and communicate your own best pricing structure. Here’s how to do it:

Purchase the recording of Mastering Membership Pricing: Strategies for Optimizing Your Dues Structure. 

In this webinar, reap insights from the American Alliance of Museums, Craft & Hobby Association and the Commercial Finance Association—organizations that have successfully changed their dues structures and benefits allocations. From lifting caps to creating new membership categories to accommodate new types of members, you’ll discover what happened when these associations adjusted their membership dues.

Use new pricing to drive new growth.   You’ll learn best practices for creating your own best pricing structure and how to win member buy-in by presenting the new structure as part of an even stronger value proposition.  You’ll also have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Purchase the recording now to benchmark your current membership structure against what’s working for other associations and nonprofits, including:

  • How to design a dues structure that aligns with an organization’s culture
  • The many types of dues structures that exist today
  • The advantages and disadvantages of different options
  • How to evaluate your own dues design and revenue generation
  • Methods for assessing the steps and impact for changing your structure
  • Strategies for streamlining dues for an increasingly diverse membership
  • How dues fit into your own overall valuable proposition
  • Real-world insights on designing and implementing an inclusive, multi-tiered membership structure

For both staff and volunteers, this webinar offers an overview of both the potential associated with changing your pricing structure, and how to avoid the pitfalls.

Purchase the recording of Mastering Membership Pricing: Strategies for Optimizing Your Dues Structure.

Meet Your Webinar Leaders
H Cris CollieCAE was CEO of Worldwide ERC® from 1972 through 2008 and grew the organization from a 300-member U.S.-centric organization to a global community of more than 13,000 members who hail from 65 countries. Following his stint at ERC, Collie formed an Association Management Company, The Collie Gorg Group (CGG) with Brian Gorg and Megan Collie. Collie has been honored frequently for his excellence in association management, most notably he was named 2006 Association Executive of the Year by Association TRENDS. 

Laura L. Lott is Chief Operating Officer at the American Alliance of Museums. Laura led the 2012 re-launch of AAM, including rebuilding the organization’s technical infrastructure and web/mobile presence, organizational re-branding, and the redesign of its membership and excellence programs – leading to a 60% growth in membership and the organization’s first two profitable years in a decade. Laura graduated from The American University, and is a Virginia-licensed CPA and a private pilot.  

Andrej Suskavcevic, CAE is President and CEO of Craft & Hobby Association, an international not-for-profit trade association consisting of thousands of member companies engaged in the design, manufacture, distribution and retail sales of craft products worldwide. Prior to joining CHA he has served as Chief Executive Officer of the Commercial Finance Association (CFA).  He also served as Vice President of Operations at Financial Executives International. Mr. Suskavcevic holds the designation of Certified Association Executive (CAE) and is a member of the American Society of Association Executives. 

Great value! Register by phone line rather than by the number of attendees so you can bring your entire team.

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Who Will Benefit

  • Associations/nonprofits
  • Membership organizations
  • Association management groups
  • Association consultants

Remember, with lean budgets and members clamoring for more value, rethinking your dues structure could make all the difference to your organization’s future. Let this webinar help you explore your best options.

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