In July 2017, Dynamic Benchmarking, in conjunction with Kaiser Insights, launched a first-of-its-kind benchmarking study to unearth the best practices in new member engagement, onboarding, orientation and retention. This study has gathered both qualitative and quantitative data to deliver a comprehensive report that is informative and actionable. Amanda Kaiser of Kaiser Insights has compiled a comprehensive, aggregate report which examines some of the initial trends and best practices discovered through the study of over 160 different associations. You may now request your copy of that study using the form below.
Access Ongoing, Dynamic Reporting on New Member Engagement Practices and Trends
The New Member Engagement Study is an ongoing, living process, dedicated to the improvement of the association industry. Data collection will remain open for dynamic reporting purposes, and all organizations who meet the minimum submission thresholds will have access to personalized reporting through the study. Reports include peer-to-peer comparisons and industry trends presented on a variety of best practices and key performance indicators. For more information on the study, or to login or register, visit our New Member Engagement Study information page.
Yes, I’d Like to Download the New Member Engagement Study Report!
You Can Still Participate!
While data collection for the study’s aggregate report has closed, participation is still ongoing for dynamic reporting through this study, and all organizations who meet submission thresholds will have access to personalized reports.
Sign up today to gain access to best practices and trend data. See where your organization stands compared to others!
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