Partners in Association Management

Partners in Association Management
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Welcome to Partners in Association Management where you will find knowledgeable, innovative, trustworthy individuals who are dedicated to providing professional management services with an unsurpassed passion and tenacity. 



Our core clients are state and national trade associations and professional societies. We specialize in health care, long term care, fire protection and the funeral services industry. The firm also is recognized for its certification and licensure expertise. 



Whether you are seeking full-service management or the enhancement of your resources through strategic outsourcing, Partners will know and care for your industry like it is our own. 



For three years running, 2011-2013, the company was named by Florida Trend Magazine as one of the "Best Companies to Work For in Florida" for companies of 15-49 employees. 



Partners is an AMCI accredited company.

By: William Ferguson Which is more frightening to you? Being the first one to do something or following in someone else’s footsteps? Stepping into an established role brings more challenges than you might think at first. Earlier this year we partnered with a new association that was changing management right in the middle of on-going programs....

By: Christina Welty, MA Facebook Live has been around for a couple years, but it’s definitely gaining popularity. Whether you have a personal business selling makeup or clothes or you are a leader of an association or company, it’s a great way to encourage new followers and gain excitement for your product or service. When the Southeastern...

Column originally published in the Tallahassee Democrat, September 2017 on Notes on Non Profits (http://www.tallahassee.com/story/life/causes/2017/09/10/find-new-ways-invigorate-your-organization/647385001/) Question Posed to the Column: “Many nonprofits are membership based and rely on dues and conference revenue to survive. For example, I am...

By Erik Luoma, CPA It’s important to properly set up chart of accounts. A great resource for any association looking to beef up their chart of accounts is the ASAE Standard Chart of Accounts for Associations (www.asae.org). I highly recommend everyone download and read the entire document as it is only a few pages long and will discuss many these...

Posted by Callie Walker, MemberClicks People join associations for a number of reasons – professional development, networking opportunities, certifications and ongoing education, etc. But regardless of why they join, there are a few underlying expectations people have of your association – things they expect you to adhere to, regardless of size or...

By: Dee Kring, CAE, CMP Whether you’ve chaired them, served on them or staffed them, you recognize that successful committees don’t just happen without some effort and thoughtful planning. Committees play a huge role in the overall success of an organization and their ability to meet their goals and objectives. What can we do ensure successful...

By: Rachel Luoma, CAE and Brianna Barnebee Many associations include advocacy as part of their mission. There are the standard methods, such as lobbying, working with allied organizations and communicating with regulatory agencies. But, what happens when the association determines it wants to start messaging directly to the public? Where do you...

By: Shelly Joines Being an Association Management Company (AMC) staff member and attending a client’s annual conference is like killing two birds with a single stone. It allows me to apply our best practices to benefit the client while learning from this event and sharing with our other client associations. This past weekend, I had the pleasure of...

By: Amy Bean Napier All we hear and see right now on the news (print, online and social media) is about President Trump’s first 100 days in office. We hear versions of what has been accomplished from both sides (pro and con) and see statistical comparisons of Trump’s first 100 days vs. past presidents. This non-stop news blasting now has me...

By: Bennett Napier, CAE During my career in association management, I have been privy to a number of cases of financial mismanagement; embezzlement and other less than stellar financial practices in 501(c)(3)(4)and (6) organizations. Unfortunately, I have had professional peers get into situations where they either inherited an organization that...