How to Demonstrate the Value of Components to your Association through Data, ROI & Strategic Vision | Thompson grants

How to Demonstrate the Value of Chapters to your Association through Data, ROI & Strategic Vision Webinar

June 22, 2021 | 2 PM EST - 3:00 PM EST | 1CAE Credit

If the pandemic has taught us one thing, it is that local chapters are still relevant. Chapters have been essential contributors to our association’s bottom line by delivering member value through education, volunteering, and networking. As our capacity for in-person engagement starts to open back up, the question is how can we better mobilize our chapters to serve members and advance the mission of our association while creating a win/win for everyone? The answer is in real-time chapter data.

In this Innovators Networking session, we will explore the power of using real-time component-level data to prove ROI and execute your association’s vision. Having new insight and visibility changes the conversation with your chapters.

This webinar will discuss the following:

  • Understand how other associations are leveraging their chapters to add value to their members and how attendees might be able to do the same.
  • Explore the possibilities of component data and how it will drive the future vision for component-based associations.
  • Deep dive into the role of components and their impact on ROI and delivering member value.

Meet Your Webinar Leaders:

Mark Prevost, Billhighway 

Mark Prevost has an unrelenting passion in helping solve problems for non-profit organizations so they can better focus on their mission and expand their impact across the nation and around the world. At Billhighway, he regularly walks organizations through discovery processes that uncover internal obstacles, identify and implement ways to more effectively run component-based organizations, and use innovative technologies.


Who Should Attend:

This webinar is of value to associations and nonprofits. Executive-level attendees who will benefit most include:

  • CEO
  • COO
  • Chief Membership Officer
  • VP of Operations
  • VP of Membership

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