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Susan Neely, CAE, American Beverage Association

Cutting Through the Clutter is Just the Beginning

Susan Neely, CAE president and CEO of the American Beverage Association and newly elected Chair of the ASAE Board of Directors believes you can’t just report the news to your members; you have to analyze it quickly and concisely, explain how it impacts them and what you’re going to do about it. Since 1919, ABA has represented the non-alcoholic beverage industry, which has a direct economic impact of over $140 billion. The industry provides more than 233,000 jobs and contributes more than $765 million to charitable causes in communities across the nation.

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All Aboard the Open Access Train

Munich’s U-bahn (Untergrundbahn, underground rail) and S-bahn (Stadtschnellbahn, commuter rail) require tickets, but the train stations do not have turnstiles. Which means the trains are technically open-access resources for Munich citizens and tourists. What if associations adopted this level of open access for their resources? What might that look like?

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Susan Neely, CAE, American Beverage Association

Cutting Through the Clutter is Just the Beginning

Susan Neely, CAE president and CEO of the American Beverage Association and newly elected chair of the ASAE … [Continue Reading]

Russ Klein

Ferocious Competitor With a Friendly Smile

A self-described "ferocious competitor," Russ Klein recently accepted the role of CEO for the 30,000 … [Continue Reading]

Sharon Kneebone, Institute of Food Technology

How Well Do You Really Know Your Members?

For 75 years, the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) has been unlocking the potential of the food science … [Continue Reading]