How to Improve Your Association Business Model Now

KiKi L'Italien

What is the association business model canvas and what can it do for you?

This webinar will explain the nine building blocks of every successful association business model and help you determine where things must change.

What happens when something about your association business model needs to change?

Associations must be able to clearly explain how they create, deliver, and capture value for stakeholders. They must always strive for this and especially so in times of crisis.

But that can be tough to do when new questions arise an association’s business model.

Tecker International has created a series of webinars to help leaders make better decisions about the most important questions they face in today’s confusing and complicated climate.

We’d like to invite you to attend this first webinar in the series.

“How to Improve Your Association Business Model Now,” presented by senior consultant Michael Anderson, will teach the steps to visually describe your current business model. Participants will learn to design new models using the business model canvas.

This informative session will explain the nine building blocks of every successful model and help you determine where things must change to better meet member and critical stakeholder needs.

When: Jun 12, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: How to Improve Your Association Business Model NOW!

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About Michael Anderson

Michael Anderson, CAE is an experienced association CEO and has successfully led three national associations in Canada for 28 years.

For the past 18 years, Michael served as president & CEO of the Canadian Society of Association Executives and consistently delivered strong value to members and stakeholders.

Michael is a Fellow of the American Society of Association Executives as well as the Australasian Society of Association Executives. He received both designations in recognition of his contribution to the sector in those countries.

He has considerable international experience in:

  • board governance
  • new business models
  • program development
  • forming strategic alliances

Michael helps associations and not-for-profit organizations that are intent on changing their business model. He strives to help them drive stronger and more consistent value to their audiences.