Wood for Trees to exhibit at Membership Excellence 2022

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Following exhibiting at the successful Digital Excellence national conference in May this year, Wood for Trees is heading to Membership Excellence on 21st November 2022* at the Novotel London West Hotel, hosted by the MemberWise network.

The theme at this year’s event is ‘making membership essential’, focusing on shifting the current membership mindset of ‘nice to have’ to ‘need to have’. Organisations are feeling the pressure in the current economic climate to optimise member retention, engagement and acquisition. Exhibitors and delegates alike will unite at this event to drive and de-risk membership growth and development during these challenging times.

Seminar topics from 20+ membership expert speakers will include:

  • Making membership essential
  • Essential approaches to member value and engagement
  • Essentials of managing a membership body

We’ll also be on-hand at stand G2 to discuss how using appropriate data systems and analysis can help increase and steady membership acquisition, engagement and retention. We’re excited to be exhibiting for the first time at this particular event and our continued involvement and support with MemberWise cements our firm commitment to delivering data best practice in the membership sector, sharing our team’s expertise and innovations with delegates during these uncertain times.

As an official exhibitor we’re delighted to offer prospects and clients access to a discount code for tickets to the event. On the booking page, use the promotion code MEMX57 to save £57 per person on standard pass tickets.

Visit membershipexcellence.com for the full conference agenda and to book your place.

Click here to find out how Wood for Trees can help you discover more about your membership base and read our Swim England case study here to find out how we helped the organisation understand their member email engagement with a foundation audit.

*The date of the event has changed from 3rd November to 21st November