|Partnering with an AMC|
The decision to transition from an independent office to an experienced association management company (AMC) can be based on several factors. A good percentage of the time the decision is based on the Board of Director’s fiduciary responsibility to the membership. The objective of a board is to...
Just as those organizations seek a management firm that fits its needs, AMCs seek association clients that meet their expertise, and most AMCs have a profile of their "ideal" client. Certain key factors make the RFP process more successful for both parties.
Selecting an AMC isn't a decision to be made lightly. But a few simple steps can put you on the path to choosing the AMC that's best for your association.
A guide for board members and executives. This guide offers answers to common (and uncommon) questions from leaders of associations and not-for-profit organizations considering partnering with an AMC.
Oftentimes a non-profit needs more than a "friend" of the industry, they need "professional management" — and the best place to look for professional, skilled and experienced management is an Association Management Company (A