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AMG’s culture fosters excellence and expertise. This has been AMG’s guiding philosophy since our founding in 1982. AMG benefits clients as we provide services that would be difficult for them to achieve on their own. In addition, AMG has a proven track record in driving growth and building sustained success. AMG’s distinctive one team approach to association management leads to the development of strong partnerships with clients and AMG becomes a trusted advisor on which volunteer leaders can always rely.
AHF’s conference attendance grew by 17% after just 9 months with AMG
NASAO grew its industry partners by 35% after just one year with AMG
SDPA’s revenue grew by 20% after just one year with AMG
BRPT attained a 254% growth in certificants after 10 years with AMG

The benefits of an extended color palette.

By Chad Quinn, Social Media and Communications Director, Association Management Group (AMG)

It’s easy to get stuck in a color rut because of your logo colors.

For instance, several years ago I began working for an organization whose logo was two colors, let’s say red and black, and E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G they produced, from their website to their annual report, relied on those two colors, and only those two colors.  » Read More

By Bruce Wardle, President and CEO, Association Management Group (AMG)

Getting back to work this week might be tough. Especially given that many offices were closed the week between the Christmas holiday and New Year’s, and many more people choosing to take that time off to spend with family and friends. Getting back into the swing of things and starting the New Year can be tough.

Wouldn’t it be great to look back at this first work week of 2017, and think: “Wow that was a great week!”

For his book “15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management” author Kevin Kruse interviewed hundreds of people, including billionaires, famous entrepreneurs, and elite athletes to see what were the time-management secrets of ultra-productive people and what are the “secrets to extreme productivity.”

Here are three takeaways from the book I’ve found useful:

1.) Establish your MIT: Kruse strongly asserts that to achieve peak productivity, you must identify your “Most Important Task”.  » Read More