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Change is inevitable - and associations are drivers of change. But many have been caught like deer in headlights and are slow in responding to the necessary changes needed to overcome the global pandemic. Through a session of...

source: AfSAE

Australians may soon be allowed to gather outside in groups of 10 or have up to five visitors at their homes, as part of a gradual easing of coronavirus restrictions that will differ from state to state. Scott Morrison has unveiled...

source: Skift

Members of the Association of Medical Illustrators banded together quickly to develop timely visual training materials for front-line healthcare professionals responding to the pandemic. Association membership was key to their success.

source: Associations Now

Currently using technology to have meetings and events is just a bridge to when coronavirus lockdowns and travel bans are lifted again. This was one of the conclusions of a webinar hosted for tourism businesses in the meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE)...

source: Fin 24

With businesses across the globe entering uncertain times amid the Covid-19 pandemic, it is vital that industry sectors stand together and rebuild in a structured and sustainable way. “Industry associations will play a more important role than ever before and we are...

source: Creamer's Media Engineering News

The private sector associations and corporates in the East African Community (EAC) are pushing for the six countries to embrace a recovery strategy in post Covid-19 pandemic dubbed BEABEA (Buy East Africa Build East Africa). That is a medium- and long-term approach as states...

source: Daily News


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