inside innovatis

Using a Paid Membership Model to Drive Program Loyalty

When it comes to deepening the member experience, opportunities for enrichment become so much more robust when a paid membership tier comes into play. For one of our clients, this tier comes in the form of VMUG Advantage. Developing a paid membership program VMUG Advantage invites members into an experience that extends beyond a one-time […]

Read More…

How Funds Management Boosts Community Engagement

When it comes to running a local chapter, leaders have a lot of responsibilities to consider. Who will lead the keynote? Where will the meeting take place? What date will allow the majority of members to attend?  With all of this in mind, the last thing on a busy chapter leader’s priority list is usually managing their budget and coordinating […]

Read More…

How to Leverage Technological Transformations with New-Age Event Experiences

How to Leverage Technological Transformations with New-Age Event Experiences - Innovatis Group

In our world today, we have more information at our fingertips than ever before. Our ability to instantly access information, networking, and experiences at the touch of a button has created the need for event professionals to adapt to these new technology standards. So how do we embrace this new wave of change and use […]

Read More…

Using a Committee to Gather Collective Insight

This article originally appeared on on September 4, 2018. Virtual events are more than just a convenient and fun means for education and engagement. While it is important to work hard to translate the in-person experience into the virtual space effectively, virtual events are in themselves a unique and valuable form of interaction (which I […]

Read More…

Customer Communities: What Companies Should Know

With almost every industry introducing the latest and greatest innovation at a breakneck pace, it’s easy for a company or association to slip behind despite sincere efforts to stay competitive. The most advanced offering a company releases is rendered almost completely obsolete within a fraction of a second as the “next big thing” looms on […]

Read More…