Practice Areas: Member Engagement
Credit Hours: 1 hour
$29 (member); $39 (non-member)
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Date and Time:
March 27, 2018 11:00 a.m. - 12: 00 p.m. CDT
Best-in-Class Strategies for
Improving Engagement, Satisfaction and Ultimately, Retention
Hear the results of a 3 year membership engagement
benchmarking study, involving over 1000 organizations from around the world.
See which engagement strategies work best for different types of members and
how associations can leverage this data to increase retention.
- Discover what types of
engagement works best for different types of members.
- Understand which
industry demographics are more (or less) conducive to online engagement.
- See how to create the
perfect journey map and use this as a driver for automating the optimal
About the Presenter:
President & Co-Founder
Andy Steggles is the President & Co-Founder of Higher Logic, a leading cloud based community platform company serving associations, nonprofits, businesses and member-based organizations worldwide.
Andy is a frequent thought leader and keynote speaker at conferences and events, traveling the globe to educate professionals about the importance of collaborative software, the cloud and the impact technology makes on the community it serves. At Higher Logic, his guidance helps clients experience these profound impacts.
Prior to co-founding Higher Logic, Andy owned and built a profitable software business whose primary focus was on member-to-member collaboration technologies. It was this software, when combined with complementary software which his business partner, Rob Wenger had built, became the heart of the Higher Logic platform.
Before starting his software company, Andy spent ten years serving as the Chief Information Officer at the Risk & Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS) where he headed their technology and social strategy initiatives. From 1986–1996, Andy served in the Royal Navy, which allowed him to travel internationally around most of the world including the Arctic and Antarctic. He returned from a three-year tour in Hong Kong to study Computing in Business at Brunel University in London.
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