The Stats Don’t Lie
Scary Stats is baaaaack…in its 6th edition!
62% of associations are experiencing flat or declining membership.
7,000 U.S. retail stores closed in 2017.
The construction industry is projected to lose 1.1 million workers to retirement by 2024.
Only 60 companies from 1955’s Fortune 500 list are still in existence today.
For the 6th year in a row, skilled trades positions are the hardest to fill globally.
Businesses lose $75 billion annually due to poor customer service.
Throughout October, XYZ University has been sharing scary stats haunting associations and businesses globally.
In celebration of Halloween, check out these #ScaryStats vlogs created by XYZ U Next Gen Council members.
The horrifying realities haunting the construction industry
by Katelyn Youngblood, Mechanical Contractors Association of Chicago
The spine-chilling challenges facing traffic safety
by Jessica Scheyder, American Traffic Safety Services Association
The hair-raising trends in donor recognition
by Katya Morrell, National Multiple Sclerosis Society
The shocking reshaping of work as we know it
by Ashley Hodak Sullivan, Association for Garden Communicators
The drastic and disturbing decline of membership
by Carly Silberstein, Redstone Agency
The engagement dangers lurking in the shadows
By Tom Wojno, International Dairy Foods Association
It is XYZ University’s mission to help ‘Save the Associations’ from an untimely demise. We are here to help your association avoid becoming the next scary stat – contact us today!