The biggest distinction between a trend and a fad is time. Fads fade over time whereas trends tend to solve problems or provide better solutions and often improve over time. Trends have the power to influence and change behavior.
In this webinar, Sheri will discuss five consumer trends associations shouldn't ignore and raise questions to consider as you plan for the future.
2. Sharing Economy
3. Customer Service
5. Flexibility & Community
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This program contains the following components:
- 5 Trends Associations Can't Ignore - Video
5 Trends Associations Can't Ignore - Paper
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