Association Management Group

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AMG is the leading DC-based full-service management company known for delivering flexible business solutions and strategic success.  AMG has vast expertise in strategic governance, marketing, operational and financial efficiency, and certification.  AMG also offers meetings management, marketing and communications expertise and government and public relations management.  

Struggling to figure out how to structure and label your association’s website content to make it easier for users to navigate? Try a card sort. Card sorting is an inexpensive and relatively easy way to conduct user research, where participants are tasked with naming categories of topics they’ve grouped together. Conducting a sort allows you to...

Virtual and hybrid events allow participants who might not otherwise attend a conference or training because of costs, security concerns, or scheduling an opportunity to participate and engage. According to the American Express Global Meetings and Events Forecast, 27% of all events in 2017 will include virtual or hybrid components. As your...

One symbol of the bonding and camaraderie among members of the armed forces is the challenge coin – a medallion or coin that bears the insignia, motto, and/or colors that identify a particular unit or group. Traditionally, these coins are given to demonstrate membership and instill pride in those who carry them. A familiar story about the “first”...

Everyone needs to get back to basics every once and awhile, and that’s what I did by reading Ann Handley’s Everybody Writes, where Handley explores just about every way you could be marketing your organization, and how to do it with better writing. I was most interested in what Handley had to say about email marketing, but another thing I really...

Say goodbye to formal annual performance evaluations and hello to more informal and regular check-ins. Why the move to more fluid feedback benefits not only managers and employees but also associations. Have you heard? Annual performance reviews are dead. But don’t fear! Their replacement comes as a breath of fresh air to all generations in the...

Association Management Group

 •  February 27

Association staffers do most of their work with clients via long distance methods: conference calls, emails, texts, and websites like Basecamp. These technological wonders are necessities, of course, and make possible the work we are hired to do. But amidst the overwhelming chaos of the information we have to manage we too easily forget the...

Association Management Group

 •  February 20

Every association leader should periodically consider their organization’s reserves. Denise Turner Association financial policies are very similar to your own personal financial policies. Tracking expenditures and income; carefully monitoring the flow in both directions and, hopefully, putting aside funds for a rainy day is important. But, unlike...

Association Management Group

 •  February 13

Emily Francis Most in the association world have sent tens of hundreds of emails to their membership—after you get the hang of writing so many emails, especially if you send them daily, it can be hard to break out of the ordinary and the usual. I picked up Everybody Writes, by marketing guru Ann Handley, to freshen up my writing habits and make...

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Brussels, Washington DC
February 7th, 2017 Interel, the global public affairs consultancy, today announced that Washington DC based firm AMG, has joined its Group. Together both companies will generate €25 million (EUR) ($27 million (USD)) in annual revenues and employ more than 200 consultants, staff and...

Keep your message short. Keep your language uncomplicated. Keep your presentations pleasing to the eye. Chad Quinn My 9-year-old nephew often sends me a simple text message… “sup” – no punctuation and no extra words. While short, the intent is clear. He’s checking-in, saying “hi” and seeing if I am around to respond. This simple word… well, almost...