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Global Association Hubs – July 2020 Newsletter

Global Association HubsNewsletter – July 2020 A schizophrenic business mindset is a useful trait for international associations in this Age of Uncertainty.  Being able to hold two entirely different and sometimes contradictory ideas simultaneously might normally be a severe disability for an organisation, but today it can help map a path through treacherous terrain. Traditionally long lead-times mean that … Continued


Boardroom launches new MiniCourses – 14 day free trial for association execs!

Global Association Hubs’ media partner Boardroom has launched an innovative subscription service to access a wide range of short educational videos on strategic issues for associations, falling under the general headings of Technology, Marketing, PR & Comms, Strategic Planning, Impact & Legacy. We’re delighted that one of the initial group of expert contributors is Genevieve … Continued






Global Association Hubs Newsletter – May 2020

This edition concentrates, unsurprisingly, on Covid-19 related issues: where you can access great factual information, in general and from our four partner cities, what associations are doing and thinking about their future direction, and speculative musings about the “new normal” we’re going to face after the initial crisis is past. I’d like to start with … Continued


Report: Association Laboratory Covid-19 Strategic & Economic Impact Study

Global Association Hubs research partner Association Laboratory has made freely available the complete report of their recent survey, with data and opinions from a wide range of associations, both US and international.  There are some very sobering results here, especially for those associations that either had low financial reserves before the crisis hit, or which … Continued


Boardroom article: Reinventing the association wheel

Another thought-provoking Boardroom article by Juanita Vorster, in which she challenges associations to re-think the value proposition of their collective expertise, especially when faced with increasing competition from fast-moving data-hoovering corporations.   Expert human input into AI processes is one fascinating opportunity, as is the ability of association communities to become trusted sources of crowdsourcing … Continued



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