The Association 100 launches & conference slideshow

The 100 Companies launches second industry vertical, The Association 100

Leveraging off its success in 20 geographical markets and the launch of The Travel 100, The 100 Companies expanded into a second industry vertical with yesterday’s inaugural issue of The Association 100. Created by Washington D.C.-based Curley Company, the new monthly eNewsletter will focus on what’s new, what’s next and what works in the world of associations.

The Association 100 team is comprised of experts in communications strategies, messaging and brand development, crisis management and advocacy who saw a need for an easy-to-read monthly newsletter that would bring quick and useful insights directly to association executives and employees.

“After working with association clients for the past two decades, I’ve seen firsthand how association employees and executives are pressed for time and resources,” said Jennifer Curley, president and CEO of Curley Company. “I’m thrilled to be able to provide a valuable tool to association professionals, and I hope our readers enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed creating it.”

News from our members

Betsie Gambel, president of Gambel Communications and president of The New Orleans 100, was recently named one of 2019’s 25 most influential New Orleanians by The Advocate, the city’s largest newspaper.

After rebranding this year for the first time since its founding in 2002, WordWrite – publishers of The Pittsburgh 100 – are matching the new brand look with a new space. Last month, the team moved into a historic office space, which proudly features The Pittsburgh 100 logo.

Member conference slideshow

Thank you to everyone who attended and helped make our first member conference this month in St. Pete Beach a success!  For those who weren’t able to make it, you were missed and we hope you will view our slideshow below and join us Feb. 28 in Atlanta for our second conference.




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