Happy Blogiversary, IMI!

By Melissa Conger, communications associate

Has it been four years already?

September 2014 marked the month IMI introduced its blog, Let Your Association Take Flight. We’ve achieved great accomplishments since the start of this voyage, when we began with that single quote, “If you don’t design your week, it will get designed for you.”

IMI has always been an open, dynamic and collaborative organization. We aren’t content to simply sit back and foresee hurdles or potential challenges; rather, we believe in taking the proactive approach of seeking solutions and finding ways to overcome them.

IMI employees demonstrate this philosophy in their daily routines; while working with clients; and through the sharing of best practices, insight and industry knowledge online.

In honor of our blogiversary, let’s take moment to reflect on this milestone with some of the notable pieces (we think) IMI has had since 2014:

2014: “IMI Goes Red for the American Heart Association

2015: “20 Key Takeaways from the Book The Will to Govern Well

2016: “My First 90 Days at an Association Management Company

2017: “How to write a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Hotel Services

2018: “Time to Stop Using These Subject Lines

We are grateful for the many people and personalities who have dedicated themselves to IMI’s culture and growth. And of course, we want thank the individuals who contributed to our voice through this blog, including our most-recent authors:

  • Angela Allen
  • Jalene Bowersmith
  • Melissa Conger
  • Stevie Kernick
  • Rachel Owen
  • Linda Owens
  • Meredith Parker
  • Valerie F. Sprague
  • Jadine Sturgill
  • Whitney Thweatt
  • Allison Winter

We get excited when we consider how far along our blog has come since it took flight, and the many adventures IMI will be experiencing and sharing with you in the future!

Want to know more about association management? Contact us at info@imiae.com to find out more about what IMI Association Executives can do for your organization.

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