Toolkit for membership
All societies lose members over time – it’s a natural thing and unless we bring in new members we face the risk of losing influence. Why does the BSA need more members? With more members we are likely to get new and better ideas, more skills and more power to become a stronger, more influential Audiology organisation in the UK.
An elevator pitch is a short summary used to quickly and simply define a service or organisation and its proposition – it helps get the conversation started. Please feel free to use / alter the below in your efforts to market your society.
Call to action – how to join
Wherever possible, we need to inspire action – and make it easy for people to know what to do next.
We are trying to make it as easy as possible. If you would like some membership forms to distribute, please contact email@example.com / 0118 9660622.
Alternatively, you can direct people to the website: http://www.thebsa.org.uk/contact/join-british-society-audiology/ as an online payment system is available.
We also have the following tools:
- Posters about the BSA, we can send these to you if requested
- A webinar on why you join:https://connect.sonova.com/p1c7hrj4ksh?launcher=false&fcsContent=true&pbMode=normal
- Membership profiles on why others have joined and what memberships means to them: http://www.thebsa.org.uk/contact/join-british-society-audiology/be-a-member-like-me/
We can all work together to help the BSA grow. Whether we convince members who have lapsed to re-join, or encourage new people – our next generation of audiology professionals, all of this will ensure our society better placed to achieve our vision.