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Tuesday March 24, 2020

In the wake of COVID-19, many events across the world have been cancelled or postponed in an attempt to mitigate the spread of the virus. If your association or not-for-profit had its annual conference, member events, or training courses coming up, you have likely cancelled these events by now. With many associations relying on the profits from their annual conference to deliver their services for next 12 months, the impact on both cashflow and an association’s bottom-line can be serious. We spoke ...
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Wednesday March 11, 2020

As the novel coronavirus – COVID-19 – situation continues to develop and emerge, it is becoming increasingly apparent that it would be wise for businesses and associations to implement risk management plans in order to reduce business losses, minimise recovery time and generally improve business continuity. Furthermore, according to Work Health and Safety (WHS) laws, workplaces are obliged to provide their employees with, within what is reasonably practicable, a risk-free work environment or take precautions to mitigate or eradicate risks. When planning ...
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Thursday June 21, 2018

Operating Outside Your State of Incorporation?  Headed by Nick Koerbin, the AES team spent an exciting couple of days at the Australasian Society of Association Executives (AuSAE) conference in Adelaide at the end of May. We’d like to thank all those who visited our exhibition booth. Whilst at the AuSAE conference, we received some interesting questions related to the governance and risk management of associations. As such, we thought we ask our legal advisor John Crosby to answer some of the main ...
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Wednesday May 16, 2018

You need ‘data’ to make decisions, and the decisions you make are only as good as the ‘data’ you have at our disposal. You need to understand the types of data so that you can select the best for your needs. For member organisations there are three critical types and sources of data: Data which is undeniable facts - like the amount of money in your bank accounts, the number of members and their demographics. There is also data that is opinion based ...
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