• 2018 ICCE Webinar Series 1 of 4

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    Name: 2018 ICCE Webinar Series 1 of 4
    Date: December 6, 2017
    Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CST
    Registration: Register Now
    Event Description:

    The Strategies to Improve the Membership Life Cycle

    1 Webinar: $39
    4 Part Series: $100

    We are offering you a new webinar series from industry expert Cathi Hight to show you the most relevant and impactful information for your chamber.

    This series will consist of 4 separate sessions, each session relates and builds off the previous session, but they are also designed to be very useful as stand-alone sessions as well if you cannot make it to them all.

    These sessions are 1-hour each and will include many recent examples and lessons from the chamber and other related industries.


    Strategies to Improve the Membership Life Cycle

    • How we recruit members that are most likely to renew?

    • How do we improve 1st year retention?

    • What are the best ways to increase engagement?

    The Membership Life Cycle focuses on sharing best practices for recruiting new members, onboarding new members during their first year, increasing member engagement, and getting more members to renew process. Improving one or all of these stages will help you to increase your retention rate and your bottom line!

    In this webinar, you will:

    • Explore the top two strategies for recruiting members that “stick”.

    • Discover ways to increase 1st year retention through onboarding practices.

    • Identify ways to increase member engagement and strategies to track engagement.

    • Learn how other chambers increase their renewal rates and tips to get members to renew timely.


    Live Webinar Series - a link will be sent to your email address after your registration.
    Contact Information:
    Shar Pardubsky
    ICCE has negotiated two ways you can participate in the live webinars.
    4 Part Series: $100
    1 Webinar: $39

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