The Dues Models section (previously called "Membership Investment Management") is the development of membership dues categories (tiered dues, fair share, and other models), billing processes, benchmarking, membership campaigns and strategic planning.
Specific Dues Models
- The Future of “Membership” Models - by Cathi Hight, Hight Performance Group (Sept. 13, 2017). In this article and vlog (video-blog), Cathi incorporates chamber examples and weaves in the Horizon Initiative while asking 3 important questions:
- What is the future of membership models? Will your revenue model be dependent on membership dues?
- Do customers need to be members to access your services and products?
- Is your mission member or community-centric?
- Dues Downsizing - article by ASAE's Associations Now, (Dec. 2016) in which stats show how much associations have diversified from a dues-driven business, but dues revenue has slowed in recent years.
- The Case for Incremental Dues Changes - by Joe Rominiecki, Associations Now (May 25, 2016)
- Revenue Models: Choose Your Dues, article by Katherine House, Chamber Executive magazine (Fall 2013)
- Revenue Models: The Impact of Gen Y on Chamber Revenue, article by Sarah Sladek, Chamber Executive magazine (Fall 2013)
- When Should You Raise Dues?, article by Cathi Hight about when to raise dues and by how much (without losing members!) (2012).
- Chamber Executive Magazine: Membership and Non-Dues Revenue - Special Feature (Fall 2009)
Surveys and Research
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| Dues ModelsLast updated: 9/28/2017