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Australia ….here we come !

As a leading professional services provider, CIMGlobal has been growing its footprint globally. The Adelaide office is our another international space and is set to strengthen CIMGlobal’s position as one of the industry leaders. CIMGlobal has always paid close attention to the economic development of Australasia and has been offering professional services to many associations … Continue reading Australia ….here we come !

8th India Association Congress going virtual

Much awaited, 8th India Association Congress, which was schedule to held during 4-5 September 2020, has cancelled its in-person meeting & exhibition, respecting public health and safety concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic. Instead, organiser is working with its scheduled speakers and event sponsors to deliver a virtual event on 11 September 2020. Registration information, … Continue reading 8th India Association Congress going virtual

Reimagining Association Business Model

The COVID-19 Pandemic highlighted how ill prepared association leaders were for a black swan event- an event beyond our imagining. In January, we all had assumptions about the world within which we would need to be successful. These assumptions drove our strategy and informed our leadership. Assumptions, that by April 1, just three months later, … Continue reading Reimagining Association Business Model

What Doctors think about virtual congresses!

With most of the world being in lockdown we are all looking for new ways to continue to lead our lives as normally as possible, from personal Zoom quiz nights with family to gathering market research at work from sources that don’t require personal contact. For healthcare professionals, they are adapting their day-to-day as well … Continue reading What Doctors think about virtual congresses!

Association Impact: Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

In the future, more stakeholders will look to associations to provide support for industries, professions, and society, according to the ASAE Research Foundation’s centennial research initiative. Impact Every Day is not just a catchphrase for the ASAE Research Foundation’s centennial research initiative; it’s also shorthand for the essence and importance of associations’ work. Next month, ASAE will … Continue reading Association Impact: Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

Lessons from the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic

The virus struck swiftly, stoking panic, fear and mistrust as it sickened millions and killed thousands — and now, more than a century later, the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic offers lasting lessons for a world in the grip of COVID-19. “The questions they asked then are the questions being asked now,” said Christopher Nichols, an associate … Continue reading Lessons from the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic

Face to Face meeting – AOCN 2020

10th National Conference of the Association of Child Neurology (AOCN 2020) was our  Face to Face meeting couple of months before this pandemic. We being advocates of face-to-face meetings, we believe this is the best way for people to hold discussions and communicate ideas to one another. It is much easier to engage with people … Continue reading Face to Face meeting – AOCN 2020

Rethink… How to Pitch for Business

Organisers have found new ways to engage with clients and keep in regular contact when events aren’t taking place As an industry that evangelises about, and thrives on, face-to-face interactions, adjusting to the lockdown and relying on remote communication has been quite an abrupt adjustment to make. When interacting remotely, it’s difficult to pick up … Continue reading Rethink… How to Pitch for Business

We are Lonely and That’s a Good Thing!

“No Man is an island”, John Donne famously wrote, and yet, here we are today—islands, every single one of us. Men, women, children, communities, countries, we all have our own experience of acute loneliness. As we mourn how life used to be, loneliness and uncertainty looms over us like a dark cloud, and we scuttle … Continue reading We are Lonely and That’s a Good Thing!