Committees, Councils and Working Groups
Four committees and seven councils bring together nearly 500 of the best minds in business information and media to advance the state of the industry on a wide range of relevant issues. For many media executives, the expertise that comes alive in these groups—along with the chance to make a difference at the industry level—are primary benefits of membership in ABM/SIIA/SIPA. The groups work tirelessly and selflessly to ensure all member companies benefit from the results of these collective efforts, and offer a network that strengthens the business information community overall.
Current Committees & Councils include (click for more information):
- Agri Media Council
- Advertising & Marketing Services Council
- Audience Development Committee
- Business Information Council (includes the Data & Analytics, Technology, Licensing, and Sales & Business Development Working Groups)
- Digital Media Council
- Editorial & Content Committee
- Events Council
- Marketer/Media/Publisher Council
- Production/Manufacturing Technology Committee
- Talent Management Committee
- Women's Leadership & Networking Group
To inquire about participating in one of the ABM/SIIA/SIPA committees or councils, contact Elizabeth A. Reid, community and special projects manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-661-6360 ext. 3316.
Members of the
Members of the Business Information Council
Groups to Launch
The following Committees & Councils are slated to launch. For more information, or to sign up, email Elizabeth A. Reid.
Entrepreneurial Council: A community for member companies under $30M in revenue, and/or have been in business for less than five years, to discuss and share best practices and approaches to their business challenges and opportunities. Members include both C-level and senior executives.
STM Information Council: Provides leadership and counsel to member companies interested and involved in scientific, technical and medical information. This Council is an evolution of the former ABM Health Council.
Scholarly Information Council: Provides leadership and counsel to member companies interested and involved in the business of scholarly information.
CFO Council: For CFOs and related positions at members companies.