Case Study: A Medical Association

Situation: A client approached us with an issue we encounter frequently. He was tired of managing a large group of employees and although he had attempted to find a manager to take over for him, found himself drawn back into day-to-day managing because of the number and severity of problems needing to be solved. He enjoyed the process of creating and developing seminars and conferences but was hampered in his ability to focus on this due to the workload associated with managing.

Solution: He asked us to take over registrations for his company and contracted to do 10,000 registrations through our company the first year.

Results: This client now runs his company splitting his company between a condominium he purchased on an ocean liner and his home office. He has downsized his staff from over 50 to 1.5 employees and runs over 200 events each year. After 18 months of doing an increasing number of registrations, this client has contracted with us to do meeting planning, site management, and all the back office tasks of putting on professional education seminars.

Case Study: A Team Effort is Rewarding And Profitable

Situation: An association of medical professionals organized and managed an annual training event and awards dinner, relying heavily on a small number of paid staff and volunteers from the association leadership to run the show. The president of the group contacted us seeking assistance in streamlining their event and relieving the volunteers of the time and labor necessary to make the event a success.

Solution: The association contracted with us for a package of services that included producing and mailing the conference brochure, taking registrations, locating a conference venue and issuing certificates.

Results: All that remained for the volunteer staff to do was find the speaker. The event was a tremendous success, with more attendees, greater member satisfaction and increased funding.