Meet YourMembership for fun, sun, and new ideas at TXSAE Annual Meeting
Who cares if summer is almost over? There’s still time for fun, sun, and new ideas for your association!
YourMembership is ready to meet you at the beach September 15-17 at the 2019 Texas Society of Association Executives New Ideas annual conference in Galveston, TX.
The New Ideas conference brings together 600 association professionals and suppliers from all aspects of association management. At the event, association professionals like you share knowledge, engage with each other, and discover new ways to tackle big challenges.
YourMembership will be there to help kick off your New Ideas experience. I’ll be on site to hand you a conference bag and a YourMembership koozie (to keep your drinks cool in the Galveston Island sun).
I will also be around – at education sessions and networking events – to share the entire New Ideas conference with you. I would love to meet you, hear about your association’s biggest challenges, and share how YourMembership association management software (AMS) by Community Brands can help you deliver a great member experience.
YourMembership is affordable, easy-to-use, all-in-one membership software for small to mid-sized organizations. In fact, it’s a cloud-based solution that includes online applications, automated notifications, auto-renewals, scheduled reports, and a built-in online community. So your association can continue to run efficiently, even when you’re at the beach!
I can also tell you about the integrated software suite for associations by Community Brands. A suite as big as Texas that includes solutions for membership management, learning management, event management, and career center all integrated with YourMembership AMS.
So be sure to find me as soon as you arrive. Stop by, say hi, and grab your gift from YourMembership. And, get ready to share new ideas!
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There’s no need to wait until the conference. Start learning more now about why YourMembership is the ideal solution for small and growing associations.