DISENGAGED AND CONFUSED?

Are your association members understand your brand? Are you delivering a consistent message? If you aren't delivering a consistent message in a recognizable package, your members may be disengaged and confused. In the worst-case scenario, they don't even recognize that the communications, the programs or the advocacy work you spend so much time creating are ultimately coming from your organization.

Learn more about what we are doing to help associations develop and share consistent messages with diverse membership groups and potential members in an article authored by CSG's Candice Warltier that appeared in the Forum Magazine.


THE MOLECULARIUM PROJECT

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WHAT PARENTS NEED TO KNOW
Parents need to know that My Molecularium is a science game that teaches kids how to build molecules using chemical formulas. Kids choose, swipe, and aim atoms one at a time to a target "starting atom" that allows them to build a complete molecule.

 
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Molecularium: Molecule Building Game
My Molecularium is a new free game app that challenges players to build a wide variety of molecules. It is available at the Apple App Store and Google Play.

 
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Review Summary: My Molecularium is an entertaining and educational app designed to give high school students a healthy dose of gaming fun while they learn and practice chemistry concepts related to molecular structure, chemical formulas, and skeletal formulas.


THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF HAIR RESTORATION SURGERY

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El "boom" del implante capilar
Con un 60% de crecimiento en el mundo, México figura entre los países en los cuales cada vez más hombres buscan una alternativa para combatir su calvicie

 
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How to cope with hereditary hair loss
Falling Follicles

 
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Statement From the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery
A letter from the ISHRS.