ITechLaw’s depth of services and notable reputation in its industry will continue to advance through Coulter’s strategic guidance and MCI Group’s global presence.
McLean, Va. (PRWEB) August 03, 2015
Coulter, the award-winning association management company, is proud to announce the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw) as its newest full-service client. ITechlaw is the leading global organization for legal professionals focused on technology and law, creating unparalleled opportunities for international networking and exchanging of knowledge and experience with experts and colleagues around the world. Andy Schwarz, MBA, Coulter associate vice president, will serve as ITechLaw’s executive director.
ITechLaw has been serving the technology law community worldwide since 1971 and is one of the most widely established and largest associations of its kind. It has a global membership base representing six continents and spanning more than 60 countries. Its members and officials reflect a broad spectrum of expertise in the technology law field.
“ITechLaw’s depth of services and notable reputation in its industry will continue to advance through Coulter’s strategic guidance and MCI Group’s global presence,” said Erin M. Fuller, FASAE, CAE, Coulter president. “Andy Schwarz’s expertise in association leadership and education will position the organization to make an even greater impact in the technology law industry.”
With more than twenty years of experience in program management, membership marketing, and nonprofit communications and public relations, Schwarz has consulted with a variety of associations, most recently serving as the executive director of the Public Media Business Association (PMBA). Schwarz specializes in targeted membership and community outreach initiatives, editorial strategy, educational programming, and event management. In his role as Coulter associate vice president, public relations, Schwarz directs the public relations efforts for clients of Coulter Nonprofit Management.
“ITechLaw is delighted to be working with Andy and Coulter,” noted Jenna Karadbil, ITechLaw president. “We believe Coulter is the perfect partner to enable ITechLaw to become an even more efficient and impactful organization, ultimately benefiting our members as well as the entire global technology law community.”
Coulter increases the market relevance, brand power and economic capacity of socially-principled, high-potential nonprofit organizations. Coulter provides association management services with comprehensive headquarters solutions and project-based outsourcing for trade, professional and cause-based associations and foundations. Coulter’s nonprofit events division produces conventions, conferences, trade shows and live awards programs, from concept through execution. Coulter’s consultative unit delivers solutions which enhance nonprofit capacity and brand. Coulter is Charter Accredited by the Association Management Company Institute. Coulter is division of the Coulter Companies, a professional services firm recognized by the American Business Ethics Awards as one of the top companies in the United States.
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MCI is the world’s largest provider of strategic engagement and activation solutions and has been a key driver of innovation in the meetings, events, association and congress industries since 1987. Through creative live experiences and digitization, globalization, brand enhancement and content strategies, MCI helps multinational companies and international associations enhance organizational performance, grow globally, energize communities and drive business results. An independent, privately held company with headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, MCI’s now 1,800 professionals in 60 cities and 31 countries help clients across Europe, the Americas, Asia-Pacific, India, the Middle East and Africa unlock their potential and deliver real change. Find out more at http://www.mci-group.com.
ITechLaw has been serving the technology law community worldwide since 1971 and is one of the most widely established and largest associations of its kind. It has a global membership base representing six continents and spanning more than 60 countries. Its members and officials reflect a broad spectrum of expertise in the technology law field. Find out more at http://www.itechlaw.org/.