Join us as we welcome behavioral economist Peter McGraw as he discusses why brands should pay more attention to individuals who are single and satisfied and incorporate this mindset into their marketing campaigns.
We all know how to promote membership benefits, specific programs, or featured events, but how do we market as us an entire association? This session will cover ways to create an association “brand” and the best way to develop an “elevator pitch” of what we do as a whole.
The second session specifically designed for our CAMMP members who focus on business development. This session will focus on creative assets. *Note: Recording is coming soon.
Alumni are always asking for ways they can help current students. This session covers various mentoring programs and how the institutions have been able to successfully market these programs to alumni and students alike.
This session will feature institutions offering unique membership benefits and ways they have creatively marketed these benefits to their alumni base.
Keeping alumni and their children connected is a key way to ensure your institution is top-of-mind when it’s time to select a university. This session will feature programs and initiatives that assist in carrying on the legacy from generation to generation.
Inspiring people to become members is a year-round focus. Get inspired by seeing what your peers are trying in the world of membership acquisition and renewals.
Designed specifically for our CAMMP members who focus on business development. This session will highlight wine programs and revenue.
Capturing the attention of our alumni early is key to keeping them engaged with the institution throughout the stages of their lives. This session will feature strategies that work for engaging young alumni and turning them into members early.
In a world where our audience is being inundated with information, how can we make our messages stand out? This session will highlight creative ways Alumni Relations professionals have been able to cut through the noise and engage their constituents.