Association Laboratory Partners with The American Association of Medical Society Executives (AAMSE)
October 18, 2019 – Association Laboratory has formed a mutually beneficial alliance with AAMSE to increase access to high quality research at a discounted rate.
“We are excited about our relationship with the AAMSE and to be working together,” said Dean West, FASAE, Founder and President of Association Laboratory, Inc. “By offering access to our in-depth, high-quality research and education, we help AAMSE members advance the profession of medical society management and the organizations and physicians they serve.”
AAMSE members receive discounted access to all of Association Laboratory’s research in its Knowledge Center, including in-person events, webinars, and white papers.
Another benefit of the alliance is broadening the reach and depth of participation in Association Laboratory’s flagship research, Looking Forward™.
Association Laboratory’s 9th annual environmental scan of the association environment, Looking Forward™, will launch in November 2019. Last year, more than 200 CEOs responded out of more than 400 association leaders in total, and they represent members in 20 different sectors, from local to global, to trade and professional associations.
AAMSE Members who participate in the survey research will receive the full Looking Forward 2020™ report for free (a $95 value). We thank AAMSE for their continued support with this important research by encouraging participation from their members.
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American Association of Medical Society Executives (AAMSE) is committed to educating and supporting medical society professionals to advance the profession of medical society management, medical societies, and the physicians they serve.