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ASAE Volunteer Leadership Retreat
Webinar: The Whys and Hows Behind Recent Association Web Projects
Wednesday, September 13, 2017, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET
Have you ever wished you could be a fly on the wall in another organization’s office as they’re developing their digital strategy or making big decisions about which web technologies and platforms to use? You’re not alone, and you no longer have to wish!
During our webinar on Wednesday, September 13, we’ll give you a whirlwind tour of seven of Matrix Group's recent projects, digging deep into the strategy behind each project to share how other associations and non-profits are developing new and better ways to meet their member’s needs on the web.
Food Marketing Institute
’s (FMI) website redesign and content strategy
National Electrical Contractor Association
Member Directory mobile app
Northern Virginia Association of Realtors
’ (NVAR) website redesign
A committee collaboration portal for the
Association of International Petroleum Negotiators
about the nuclear non-proliferation regime for the
Nuclear Threat Initiative
Police Chief Magazine
website redesign for
The International Association of Chiefs of Police
(The IACP), including a new members-only strategy
Mechanical Contractors Association of America
(MCAA) website redesign and industry partner engagement strategy
For each project, we will:
Show you the before and after
Share the big-picture strategy behind each project
Discuss why certain platforms were selected - or not selected
Share the lessons learned along the way
Explore the unique ways our clients are adapting their digital strategies to better serve their members
To register, please send an email to
You don’t want to miss this enlightening webinar!
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