Membership Matters offer a comprehensive programme of pubic and in-house training seminars aimed growing and developing membership associations and charities.
Aimed at anyone with a member recruitment, retention, or strategic development responsibility, our interactive training seminars showcase the latest tactics, explain leading strategies, and how they can be applied immediately to grow your membership.
Our seminars cover the entire membership lifecycle (Awareness, Recruitment, Retention, Renewal and Reinstatement) with a particular focus on strategic and operation process, marketing, value proposition creation, engagement and measurement, and all our trainers have worked with some of the UK’s best known membership organisations.
A full list of upcoming training courses can be found here.
For anyone working in membership organisations, the Membership Matters courses provide targeted strategies to maximise your membership
Mikael Angesjo, Membership Coordinator
Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the UK
The course was very valuable and specifically tailored to the association industry. It covered all areas of the syllabus in great detail, while allowing the group to openly discuss key points in an open and friendly forum. I left the course with a clear plan of how to implement all required changes to our association.
Victoria Deprez, Sales & Marketing Executive – ITM
The Institute of Travel & Meetings
An excellent course which delivers what it promises – genuine insights and practical solutions. It was worth coming all the way from Barcelona for.
Magda Navas, Membership Development Executive, International Council of Shopping Centres
The Membership Recruitment & Retention Masterclass, is a comprehensive two day course, covering the entire...19-20 Mar 2019 10.00 - 15.30
Let Membership Matters show you how to successfully identify, target and recruit in these tough times...19 Mar 2019 10.00 - 15.30
Membership retention is one of the biggest issues facing membership associations today. This practical workshop...20 Mar 2019 10.00 - 15.30