Meetings and conventions were a bright spot for many associations over the past year, but now almost two out of three association executives are bracing for declining revenues—including meeting revenues—in the coming months, according to a survey conducted by ASAE and The Center for Association Leadership. The study, called Associations and the Economy, finds that 64 percent of executives expect revenue declines in the next fiscal year, with an average drop of 16 percent. Just 11 percent ...

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