Help your Affiliate or Chapter win ISPE’s 2014 Affiliate and Chapter Challenge. This year’s challenge is now underway and runs from1 June through 30 September 2014. We’ve added a new element to this year’s challenge! Rather than award membership growth only, for the first time, Affiliates and Chapters are eligible for up to three prizes each for: largest overall membership growth percentage, largest growth percentage of Young Professional Members AND the highest 2014 Annual Meeting attendees (as a percentage of Affiliate/Chapter membership). To keep the contest fair for Affiliates and Chapters, prizes will be awarded according to three membership size categories: small (those with 1-299 Members), medium (300-799 Members) and large (800+ Members). One of each of the following prizes will be awarded in each size category—so every Affiliate and Chapter has three chances to win:
Prize #1 for largest overall membership growth percentage: $500/€365 to fund a local event or program
Prize #2 for largest Young Professional Member growth percentage: A “Journey to Leadership” prize package containing a one-year free ISPE Young Professional membership plus one free ISPE e-learning General Industry Knowledge course—a $325/€260 value!
Prize #3 for highest 2014 Annual Meeting attendees as a percentage of Affiliate/Chapter membership: A free 2015 Annual Meeting registration to use as a prize at a local event—a $2,050/€1.500 value!
Don’t Delay!! Begin recruiting new members NOW by encouraging your colleagues to attend the 2014 ISPE Annual Meeting and help your Affiliate or Chapter win one or more of these great prizes. For recruitment tips and other helpful resources, visit ISPE.org/Challenge2014 (Member login required).
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