Sometimes a rumor turns out to be just that. There were no investments, mergers, acquisitions, or consolidations announced during the Hot Off the Press segment at AMS Fest. Watch the archived Facebook Live broadcast.
If you like what you’re reading on theNIRD.org, you may be interested in “Hot off the Press,” a segment of AMS Fest that will be broadcast on Facebook Live at 1pm CDT on Wednesday, June 7, 2017.
There’s a strong possibility that some significant announcements will be made during this 15 minute session, and by tuning into the Facebook Live broadcast, you’ll be among the first to know about them.
I’m leading a session at AMS Fest in Chicago (June 7-8) on the effects of high finance on the association technology market. You’ll get a no B.S. analysis from me on how the money affects products, customer service, innovation, and more.
And in a nod to the popular “Ask Me Anything” format, you’ll also be able to anonymously submit questions to me so that you can pepper CEOs and senior executives from AMS companies with your tough questions about how various finance models impact the business and its customers.
The last AMS Fest sold out, so register for AMS Fest now.
After doing some research, I was stunned to learn that more than $100M has been invested in association technology companies this year. Why is all this money suddenly flowing in the association technology market?
During The Power Trip, CEOs and C-Level executives at some of the best-known association tech companies have agreed to take your questions about the money flooding into our sector.
The Power Trip is a 90-minute conversation criss-crossing the ASAE Technology Conference trade show floor on Tuesday, December 13, you’ll hear directly from top executives on how Venture Capital and Private Equity money has affected their customers and businesses. As a counterpoint, you’ll also hear from a technology company CEO who refuses to accept funding, and the rationale behind that decision.
There’s no fee to participate in The Power Trip, but I do ask that you RSVP.
If you’re curious about how high finance is affecting your association’s technology suite, this is a conversation you’ll definitely want to join.
I’ll be appearing on AssnChat on Tuesday, November 22 at 2pm EST with hostess KiKi L’Italien and Higher Logic CEO Rob Wenger to talk about the money trail in association technology. Click here for details on how to join.
During the chat, I’ll be talking about an article I’ve written for ASAE’s Associations Now that will be published on December 20, 2016. If you’d like to receive an advance copy of the article, fill out the form below.