AMCI Invites You to Participate in a National Association Environmental Scan

As part of the AMCI community, your firm is invited to participate in Looking Forward 2021; the nation's longest-running, most comprehensive environmental scanning research of the association business environment and the first association sector scan that takes the pandemic into account. 

AMCI is one of nearly 20 global, national, and state societies for association executives encouraging participation among
its membership in this research via the Association Laboratory Research Alliance. This is the 10th anniversary of this research, but the first time using the data analytics solution, Nucleus, for the dashboard of results. Nucleus is the official Data Analytics Solution for the Association Laboratory Research Alliance.

For the first time ever, individuals completing the survey will receive complimentary access to a dashboard of the survey results, giving you timely access to valuable data on the state of the association business sector and allowing you to compare your responses to those of your peers.

The longevity of the survey, ability to create actionable insights from the data, and diversity in responses support AMCI’s efforts to provide you with the tools you need to foster strategic, future-focused discussions that impact your association’s strategy today.

To participate in this confidential study, simply click HERE no later than December 8, 2020.  

The survey is comprehensive and will take you up to 20 minutes to complete. You can take the survey on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. Please note that you must complete the survey at one time or keep the survey window open when you switch to something else in the midst of responding. If you exit before finishing the survey, you will need to start over at the beginning. Partial responses cannot be saved.

Thank you for your time and your contribution to this important research project. 


The AMC Institute

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