Associations have an extraordinary capacity to generate a sense of belonging within professions and industries. Join your association colleagues from the Asia Pacific region, as well as from the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East, to explore the roles associations play in society, discover practical ideas for growing your association, and strengthen your association relationships and partnerships. Through presentations by industry experts and guided in-depth conversations with peers, you will:

  • identify strategies to build a more robust association.
  • evaluate cutting-edge management and leadership concepts and trends.
  • explore case studies and their application in your association and in society.
  • build networks and partnerships in your country and internationally.

GAHP is proud to be associated with this event. We power a panel discussion on Evaluating Growth Strategies for Associations. 

Within today’s competitive landscape, serving and providing value to association members and the community is essential if you are to successfully grow your share of the market, both regionally and internationally.  Similar to the private sector, there is an apparent need for associations to constantly adapt in order to meet the needs of an increasingly informed and ambitious market.  But with limited human capital and financial resources, traditional business models, and identifying opportunities for alternative revenue streams, how can you manage the risks, activities, and transitions when moving into new markets?

Our distinguished panel will be composed of

Sven Bossu, Director of Innovation, European SocieTy for Radiology & Oncology

Matthew D’Uva, Executive Director, International Association for the Study of Pain

Paul Weintraub, Vice President of Global Development & Support, BICSI        

The panel discussion will be co-moderated by:       

Hervé Bosquet, International Advisor, Global Association Hubs Partnership

Alfons Westgeest, Managing Partner, KELLEN                 


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