Bright Clients: Successful Membership Website Development

Lamees Abourahma

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Intercultural Society Takes Bold Steps to Consolidated Membership Solution

The Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research in the United States of America (SIETAR USA) is an educational membership organization for those professionals who are concerned with the challenges and rewards of intercultural relations. Frustrated with an outdated website design and outsourced conference services, SIETAR USA took bold steps to a consolidated solution that gave them a brilliant online image.

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Largest U.S. Ski Club Launches New Website

The Ski Club of Washington, DC (SCWDC,) founded in 1936,  is one of the largest ski clubs in the U.S. SCWDC currently has around 1,400 members and offers 15 ski flight trips and over 500 different sporting, social, and cultural activities each year. The Club offers the largest tennis program in the greater DC metro area, as well as a very active sailing program. To manage its complex membership structure and activity programs, the Club was using PayPal for payment gateway, Eventbrite for event management, Constant Contact for its weekly newsletter, and Memberize for its website.

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How This Organization Built a Multi-Chapter Website with Wild Apricot

Even though the Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) had redone their website only four years ago, it wasn’t meeting their needs as they grew. As a professional organization with a number of chapters, what the Exit Planning Exchange needed most was a way to centralize the website, databases and information that they used. Though they had originally had a separate site for each chapter and the national organization, they realized that to streamline administration and maintain the brand, they needed to centralize their web presence. However, the first attempt at making one site for the entire organization wasn’t a total success. They needed a new site that would give them the functionality and flexibility to meet their and their chapter’s needs.

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Veterinary Medical Association Website Design and Development

When Talya Huskey joined the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association (VVMA) as the organization’s Membership and Conference Coordinator a year ago, she and Executive Director, Robin Schmitz, knew the current records system needed an upgrade.

As a small-staffed association that serves over 1,300 veterinarian and veterinary student members, VVMA needed a smooth, integrated system that allowed for quick and accurate updates to the organization’s membership and events databases. What they had was an outdated, time-consuming, three-step process that took too much of the staff’s limited time and allowed too much room for error.

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Website Design and Development for Atlanta Area Compensation Association

Last year, the Atlanta Area Compensation Association (AACA) took on a major initiative to re-design our web site. Based on a lot of research, we decided to use the Wild Apricot platform, but needed a vendor that could help us create a site our members would love. We researched and solicited several vendors. After a significant vetting process, we decided to go with Webbright to develop our site. Early on in the process, we knew we made the right decision.

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Website Design & Development for Richmond Compensation Association

Webbright designs and develops new website for the Richmond Compensation Association

Webbright is proud to announce another successful launch of a custom Wild Apricot website for the Richmond Compensation Association.

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Website Design & Development for Translators and Interpreters Association

A chapter of the American Translators Association gets a major website revamp.

Who is MATI?

The Midwest Association of Translators and Interpreters (MATI), a chapter of the American Translators Association (ATA), was established in 2003 as a non-profit organization by and for translators and interpreters in the states of Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin, to promote the recognition and advancement of translation and interpretation as professions.

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Bright Client: Patent Information User Group Inc.

The Patent Information Users Group Incorporated (PIUG) is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit organization for individuals having a professional, scientific or technical interest in patent information. The organization currently has about 700 members, and organizes about 3 annual conferences each year.  

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Palmetto State Base Camp, Inc.

Palmetto State Base Camp, Inc. is a non-profit organization that has been providing transitional residence and rehabilitation programs for homeless veterans in Columbia, South Carolina since 1992.  With a mission statement of “Veterans Helping Veterans, PSBCI is entirely composed of volunteers.

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