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ABOUT THE B.C. NETWORK

       
Sponsorship Program

If your organization is seeking an investment for your immediate or long term marketing plan and are interested in building strong brand awareness with association management industry leaders, then we invite you to become a CSAE BC Sponsor. 

For more information regarding our Sponsorship Program and opportunities, please
click here and/or we would be happy to discuss with you.  Please contact our  BC Network office at bc@csae.com or call 604-385-3396.


CSAE BC Annual Plan

The CSAE BC Network Council meets yearly to develop and establish an annual plan, which identifies our educational programming and events, special events and member-based activities for the next 12 month cycle. Our plan is in collaboration with CSAE Central office to ensure alignment and also identifies our goals and strategic priorities:  

  • Strengthen the CSAE brand profile and reputation;

  • Build an engaged community of members and stakeholders;

  • Enhance learning and innovation; and

  • Operate as well-governed, transparent, ahead-of-the-curve organization.

Our initiatives are designed to deliver a relevant and value-oriented member experience. 

 

FEATURES

Daily-Buzz: Tricks to Kick-Start Membership Growth

By  Sofia Confort

Increasing membership numbers should always be a priority - and these three membership growth strategies can deliver on that goal.  Also, building an online community that encourages engagement. 

No matter the size, mission or goals of an association, increasing membership is often top of mind. Audra Hopkins from the WebScribble blog recommends these three growth strategies to boost membership numbers today. Read more  


The 'Duck, Duck, Goose' Aspect of Association Communications
By Shaneen "Shani" Calvo

Sometimes, figuring out if your association messages are getting through to your members feels like playing "Duck, Duck, Goose".  You hold your breath in anticipation, hoping they'll land on "goose" and choose your message as one of the lucky ones they'll read that day. 

But, what if they do?  What if they choose to open your email or read that article: is it going to engage them and encourage interaction?  Is it relevant? And, are you prepared to follow up with action items - before they navigate the circle and sit down somewhere else?  Read More 

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