Registration Is Now Open for MCAA’s 2022 Industry Funds Conference

September 20, 2022

Gain knowledge of what Industry Funds are, the best way to use them, and even what not to do with them when you join us for MCAA’s Industry Funds Conference (IFC) November 30 – December 2, 2022, in Longboat Key, FL. The IFC, formerly the Industry Improvement Funds Conference, will address geofencing, tied in with marketing; discuss how to better involve future leaders; and highlight how diversity is linked to the funds. We will hear from legal representatives, as well as CNA ‘s cybersecurity and insurance expert. If you collect or contribute to industry funds, you won’t want to miss it. Register today!

Those who attend the IFC will learn:

  • What industry Funds are and the best way to use them
  • How to use industry funds for geofencing/marketing
  • How industry funds are being used to get future leaders involved in the industry
  • How diversity is linked to the funds
  • What association insurance is needed, things to look for, pitfalls, and dos and don’ts
  • Why an association needs cyber liability insurance, what is covered, and what is not
  • What not to do with industry funds
  • The legal perspective on industry funds
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