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Program Schedule

Sessions will start midday, November 6 and end midday, November 9, 2017.

Session topics for 2017 AMMC Seattle will include:
Big Data: Overcoming Data Paralysis
Data and Membership Acquisition at a Smaller Institution
Engaging Young Patrons
Lessons Learned from the Outside
Leveraging Social Media
Member Data: Fount of Knowledge or Source of Frustration?
The Mighty Middle: Turn Transactional Members into Donors
Putting it All Together: Taking a Successful Basic Level Membership Program to the Next Level
Sharing Data Across Communities
Using Challenges and Current Circumstances to Build Your Membership and Annual Giving Program
What's the Sweet Spot for Membership Size?
Lock In Revenue and Reach New Audiences through Autorenewal Programs

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Sessions will be presented by staff from a range of organizations including:
Art Institute of Chicago
American Museum of Natural History
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
Commonwealth Club of California
Endangered Wolf Center
The Frick Collection
Huntington Gardens
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Jazz at Lincoln Center
LACMA
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum of History & Industry
Mystic Seaport
National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library
National Museum of Women in the Arts
National WWII Museum
Nelson Atkins Museum
Science Museum of Minnesota
Seattle Art Museum
Smithsonian Institution
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Walker Art Center
Woodland Park Zoo

 

 

 

Download the 2016 AMMC Program Book from the Chicago Conference website to see what the conference was about. 

More information and details about the conference are coming soon.