Sector and AuSAE News

  • 01 Aug 2013 9:45 AM | Deleted user

    Brisbane Marketing’s Convention Bureau invites you to Brisbane City Hall on Thursday 22 August where 58 of Brisbane’s best business events operators will ‘Pop-Up’ for two hours only to offer you tips and tricks for planning first-class conferences and meetings. So what are you waiting for – this event promises great contacts, tempting refreshments and all the insider information you’ll ever need on local venues and event suppliers.

    Register your interest to attend Brisbane Pop-Up here.

  • 31 Jul 2013 9:49 AM | Deleted user

    I am delighted to announce Greg Ward will be entertaining AuSAE members and other association professionals attending the 2013 New Zealand Leadership Symposium Social.


    Greg Ward is a professional actor, comedian, musical theatre and opera singer and is one of New Zealand's foremost musical improvisation specialists. Greg's high-energy showmanship and witty comedy is the ideal combination for any conference or event and I personally look forward to being entertained by Greg Ward at AuSAE’s 2013 New Zealand Leadership Symposium Social. 


    AuSAE have had a fantastic response to the release of the 2013 Symposium Program. If you have not yet registered for the 2013 New Zealand Leadership Symposium, I encourage you to register today as places are limited. Don’t forget our special EarlyBird rate expires on 15 August. We hope to see you there!

  • 29 Jul 2013 3:30 PM | Deleted user

    AuSAE are excited to announce Bernard Salt - best-selling author, columnist, and leading social commentator will be joining AuSAE members and other association professionals at our 2013 Australian Leadership Symposium in Melbourne, October 24- 25. 


    Bernard’s views are in high demand by the business community and by the general media. He appears regularly on radio and television programs including 7:30 Report, Sunrise, Today Tonight, A Current Affair and 60 Minutes and is a regular columnist in the weekend Australian.  If you have not yet registered for AuSAE’s annual Symposium, I encourage you not to miss Bernard's highly engaging and entertaining session. Don’t forget our special EarlyBird rate expires on August 30.

  • 22 Jul 2013 8:28 AM | Deleted user
    The 2013 Membership Marketing Benchmarking Report is easy to read and easy to digest, and will be of value to anyone involved in membership marketing or association management. Download your free copy here. Based on input from nearly 700 respondents, 2013 results show that membership organisation numbers continue to rebound. Detailed information is provided on: Impediments to growth, top goals, use of social media, why people join and renew, engagement practices and much more.

  • 17 Jul 2013 3:58 PM | Deleted user

    Events & Venues Rotorua have developed an offer for Associations that will help you to both increase your numbers, and maximise the revenue you receive from your biggest event. 


    If you book and confirm your 2014 or 2015 conference at the Rotorua Energy Events Centre or Rotorua Convention Centre before the end of 2013, you will receive:

    • $10.00 per room per night rebate when staying at participating Rotorua hotels,
    • $7.50 per delegate per day rebate off a full day catering when conferencing at the Energy Events Centre, and 
    • $5.00 per delegate rebate off the gala dinner (an additional bonus) at the Energy Events Centre.
      AuSAE have done the maths and worked out this would equate to a rebate of approximately $18,100 for a 500 person, two day and night conference! Wow!

      For more information and to book your next event in Rotorua New Zealand, please contact Brett Jeffery on +64 27 249 8677 or at Brett.Jeffery@rdc.govt.nz.


    • 10 Jul 2013 3:58 PM | Deleted user
      The Not for Profit Remuneration Report is the major source of sector salary and benefits data for CEOs, executives and senior management in Australia. Since 1999, this annual report of Survey results has helped to ensure that your organisation’s salaries and remuneration packages are competitive. The Remuneration Survey is open until 31 July 2013. To access the Survey please click here.
    • 10 Jul 2013 8:30 AM | Deleted user
      The Australian Society of Association Executives (AuSAE) and Strategic Membership Solutions (SMS) have relocated to new offices. Please update your records with our new address details (and feel free to drop in for a coffee if you are in the area). Our new details are:

      STREET: Suite 2.01, 433 Logan Road, Stones Corner, QLD 4120 AUSTRALIA
      POSTAL: PO Box 1400, Coorparoo DC QLD 4151 AUSTRALIA
      PHONE: 1300 764 576
      EMAIL: info@ausae.org.au
    • 01 Jul 2013 8:29 AM | Deleted user
      On April 26, AuSAE informed our members of the Government’s plan to implement a $2,000 cap on work related education expense deductions from 1 July 2014. On behalf of our members AuSAE released a media statement and wrote to the Government outlining our concerns about this policy and the significant impact this policy will have on the Australian non-profit sector. The Government has now contacted AuSAE regarding the release of a new discussion paper titled Reform to deductions for education expenses. We are asking all members who will be affected by this proposed cap to read this discussion paper and to submit your view. The Government will accept written and electronic submissions until 12 July 2013. AuSAE is working hard to have this issue resolved favourably and will keep you up to date with any developments.

      Tony Steven
      President of AuSAE

    • 18 Jun 2013 12:21 PM | Deleted user

      AuSAE is very proud to announce the launch of our AuSAE Mobile Association Application, a first of its kind, digital inbox, which enables you to:
      • Get content delivered directly to you via the AuSAE app on your chosen mobile device.
      • One place to go, one click, to access and manage all your AuSAE communication.
      • Choose the content that appeals to you by selecting or de-selecting categories at any time.
      • We will ensure your content is timely, relevant and highly personalised.
      • Be notified when new content is available.
      • Access your information even when internet services are unavailable.

      Best of all, you don’t need to worry that delivery and receipt of content is impeded by Spam filters, Sender reputation, Opt Out, ACMA, virus protection, size limits and many other challenges faced with traditional delivery methods.


      What kind of information will I get?


      We receive around 200-300 e-bulletins a day. Much of the content isn’t worth passing along. But there are always at least a couple that contain some great insights or critical information we know others would like to know about. This app provides us with a channel to get that information to you. The app provides you with a great way to keep up-to-date with current information and news on the global association sector… and saves you having to spending hours sifting through hundreds of e-bulletins for the few good bits.


      How do you get the AuSAE App on your mobile device?


      • If you are on your Android smart device click here to download the app.
      • If you are on your Apple smart device click here to download the app.
      • Go to the AuSAE web site and download from the bottom of the Home Page.
      • Go straight to the Apple or Google store, search for AuSAE and download it.


      Want one for your organisation to engage with your members?


      You could have your own mobile app available in Apple and Google app stores in 2-4 weeks at under A$10K for AuSAE members. For more information on getting your own fully branded version of the PRODOCOM association app, we recommend you contact the friendly team at PRODOCOM who developed and supplied the app for AuSAE on 1300 857 739.

    • 11 Jun 2013 8:27 AM | Deleted user
      The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission has conducted an analysis of the emerging trends around the first 250 charities registered since it was established late last year. The ACNC has provided a snapshot of the type of new charities registering, including where they operate and who they benefit. The ACNC plans to publish regular snapshots of newly registered charities, showcasing the breadth and depth of the Australian charity sector. Over time we will be able to identify trends and more detailed analysis that can inform the public, the not-for-profit sector and governments. Click here for the full article.

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