Committees, Councils and Working Groups
Four committees, seven councils and four working groups 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 and Working Groups include (click for more information):
- Agri Media Council
- Advertising & Marketing Services Council
- Audience Development Committee
- Business Information Council
- Data & Analytics Working Group
- Digital Media Council
- Editorial & Content Committee
- Events Council
- Licensing Working Group
- Marketer/Media/Publisher Council
- Production/Manufacturing Technology Committee
- Sales & Business Development Working Group
- Talent Management Committee
- Technology Working Group
- Women's Leadership & Networking Group
To inquire about participating in one of the ABM/SIIA/SIPA committees, councils or working groups, 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.