Association Affinity Programs & Non-Dues Revenue

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Association CEOs who have introduced new and innovative affinity programs over the past year. The show us the money panel.

Bill Carteaux, President & CEO, SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association
Kraig Naasz, President and CEO, American Frozen Food Institute
J.P Moery, MoeryLAI

Moderated by Scott Lynch, President, American Bearing Manufacturers Association

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  • Over the past year SPI has recalibrated our benefits package to include only those programs that are unique offerings of our trade association as well as align with SPI’s mission. Today I’ll give you an overview of our offerings and introduce you to new programs unique to the trade association landscape.
  • Everything we do at SPI supports our core mission: To advance a pro-manufacturing agenda, strengthen global competitiveness, improve productivity and pursue zero waste strategies for the U.S. plastics industry. This serves as our ultimate litmus test—if a program or service does not align with our mission, we don’t do it. It’s that simple.
  • Last year our Board of Directors expanded SPI’s mission to include the promotion of zero-waste strategies. Since then SPI has been seeking innovative ways to show how the plastics industry ‘walks the walk’ with sustainability initiatives. One new affinity partnership even allows us all to wear our zero waste pursuits on our sleeve—literally! SPI recently launched our own private label of recyclable, North American-made gear for the manufacturing supply chain. Made from recycled plastics and branded resinGEAR, the clothing is customizable and targeted at companies and organizations seeking North American-made and eco-friendly uniforms, corporate gifts or promotional gear for meetings, trade shows and other events.Along with our other sustainability and recycling initiatives, resinGEAR demonstrates the North American plastics industry’s commitment to keeping our products out of America’s landfills and advancing sustainable manufacturing while generating funding to support future sustainability initiatives.In addition to SPI, the Canadian Plastics Industry Association, the Plastic Pipe Institute and the Western Plastics Association are supporting resinGEAR. A portion of the proceeds go to support the associations’ sustainability initiatives.
  • Association Affinity Programs & Non-Dues Revenue

    1. 1. Council of Manufacturing Associations Winter Leadership Conference
    2. 2. Association Affinity Programs & Non-Dues Revenue Bill Carteaux, President & CEO, SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association Kraig Naasz, President & CEO, American Frozen Food Institute JP Moery, The Moery Company Moderated by Scott Lynch, President, American Bearing Manufacturers Association
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    4. 4. Criteria… Limited number of high quality, high impact partnerships that help our members address challenges, provide resources or opportunities for growth, or save money. 1. Consistent with strategic focus and draws on one or more of the three core mission elements. 2. Applicable to two or more of the 4 industry groups. 3. Must be early in the life cycle to allow for a time horizon of 5 to 10 years – staying power. 4. Minimum gross revenue of $100,000 annually. 5. Cannot be an item that should be included in core membership dues.
    5. 5. SPI advances a pro-manufacturing agenda, strengthens global competitiveness, improves productivity and pursues zero waste strategies for the U.S. plastics industry.
    6. 6. Pursue Zero Waste
    7. 7. Today’s Manufacturer Faces… Accelerating Costs • Cost Shifting/Inflation • Aging Workforce • Poor Health Evolving Legislative Landscape • Healthcare Reform • State/Federal Regulations • Employer Administrative Burden of Complying Sweeping Change • Attracting Key Talent • Healthcare Delivery • Technology
    8. 8. Employer Advisory Services Cost Management Employee Advocacy Benefits Strategy and Design Healthcare Reform Wellness and Health Risk Management Enrollment and Decision Support Personalized Care Support Health Plan Options Issue Resolution Total Rewards SPI Private Exchange Ancillary and Voluntary Benefit Plans Benefit Stop-Loss Captive
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    10. 10. Association Affinity Programs & Non-Dues Revenue Bill Carteaux, President & CEO, SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association Kraig Naasz, President & CEO, American Frozen Food Institute JP Moery, The Moery Company Moderated by Scott Lynch, President, American Bearing Manufacturers Association
    11. 11. AFFI Advantage Partner Program
    12. 12. AFFI Advantage Partners
    13. 13. AFFI Crisis Communications Program

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