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?
JOIN GAHP @ ASAE ASSOCIATION LEADERSHIP FORUM, ASIA PACIFIC – SINGAPORE – 29-31 OCTOBER TO LEARN ABOUT THE CHALLENGES FACING ASSOCIATIONS ATTEMPTING TO GROW INTERNATIONALLY, AND DISCUSS FOUR ASSOCIATION CASE STUDIES OUTLINING SUCCESSFUL EXAMPLES OF HOW THESE CHALLENGES CAN BE TURNED INTO OPPORTUNITIES.
The cases will be presented by
Sven Bossu, Director of Innovation, European SocieTy for Radiology & Oncology – ESTRO is a Brussels-based European associationseeking to grow in Asia out of Singapore.
Sid Das, Global Director, Digital Engagement, WWF – Swiss-headquartered WWF International has a network of offices around the world and opened its Asia-Pacific office in Singapore in March 2006.
Colleen Delaney-Eubanks, COO, International Association for the Study of Pain – With headquarters in Washington DC, IASP has 90 national chapters, and 20 Special Interest Groups (SIGs).
Paul Weintraub, Vice President of Global Development & Support, BICSI – Today, US-based BICSI has a representation in more than 100 countries and structured its network of districts into two global areas.