If you're a member based organization (associations, sports, arts, museums, advocacy) this is a webinar for you!

Isabelle Perreault will be joining a panel discussion on Wednesday May 15th about the future of membership and retention hosted by NXUnite by Nexus Marketing.

Drawing on innovation principles and our experience at Differly Inc. working with many associations as well as sports organizations and consumer groups, Isabelle will be exploring the parallels between what makes someone want to "join" and what makes someone want to be a "member", a "fan" or an "advocate".

Here are a few ideas Isabelle islooking forward to discussing and building on with the other panelists:

- Can we shift from thinking about what we do FOR members to what we can achieve together WITH and through our members?

- Can member based organizations become a platform for mutual growth, community or purpose? What shifts are required to make this happen?

- What can we learn from other high growth movements like the fandom of women's pro sports?

- Can we rethink the traditional membership / revenue models to better serve evolving and future needs of those we serve?

Join us on May 15, 2024, at 12:00 PM EDT! Register here: https://lnkd.in/evHYepPi

Fellow Panelists ⬇

Amanda Lea Kaiser, MBA,

Jay S. Daughtry, M.Ed.,

Scott Oser

About the author


Differly is a growth and innovation firm focused on helping organizations leverage technology, optimize operations and member experience while increasing their capacity to innovate sustainably for the years to come.  

Differly is known for its unique Innovation as a Service Model, supporting organizations across 4 pillars:

1. Innovation and Transformation
2. Customer and Member Growth
3. Technology and Digital Strategy
4. Change and Organization Readiness

We are a team of senior leaders and hands-on professionals focused on digitization, technology strategy, customer/member experience and change management based in Ottawa with team members across Canada.  

We take a human-centered approach because we fundamentally believe that digital tools and technology do not disrupt, people do.  

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