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Online Learning for Trade Associations

Just a Few Days Left to Add Your Voice…

Posted by Ellen on September 27, 2010

Some of the results are coming in on the aLearning Association Vendor Survey…  here’s a sneak peek at some of what’s being shared by the association learning vendors who have responded so far:

Most respondents — at this point — are small organizations of ten or fewer employees (77%) primarily serving professional associations, societies and/or institutes (70%).

Very few (just 10%) expect their customers’ budgets to decrease next year, which is good news for all of us.

Some of the challenges associations and other non-profits pose for our sometimes under-appreciated vendors?

  • Organizations are reluctant to stick their necks out in order to move forward
  • The lack of hands-on experience with recent technology makes it difficult for association clients to understand the options that are available
  • A misunderstanding about what various vendors offer and where their expertise lies

aLearning will share more results from this brief — but eye-opening — survey after it closes.

If you’re an association learning provider (consultant, or representative from an LMS, LCMS, Web Conferencing, Custom Content, Custom Development, or other company) and you haven’t yet added your voice to this important dialogue, please submit your survey response TODAY! It will only take a few minutes to answer the survey’s ten questions.

The survey will close at the end of THIS WEEK and can be found here. Don’t delay and miss having your opinion included!

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