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Partnering with an AMC
Transitioning to an Association Management Company (AMC)? Here's a list of things to think about and walk-through with your new AMC partner, from permanent files to financial documents and meetings information.
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
There are basically three ways to “staff” an association. The first is through volunteers who are unpaid. They complete association work as their schedules permit, which means the association advances at the same rate. While they are very much appreciated for their insight and dedication,...

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