Managing Matters was created from a desire to improve the way associations function, and after 18 years, we have grown into one of the leading AMCs in Canada. With a focus on long-term strategy and growth for our clients, we work with associations and organizations to implement deep-rooted and successful strategies that address your pain-points and help your organization thrive. Since our inception, we have had the benefit of working with multiple associations across a variety of industries, allowing us to bring tested best practices forward for the benefit of our clients.
Our team is the heart of what we do, and with various team members specializing in all aspects of association management, our knowledge-base and expertise runs deep. We take an individual approach to our clients, ensuring each client has the right team in place to support the varying needs of the organization. With this individual approach, our on-boardings are in-depth, our planning is based on strategy and input provided by experts, and our goal is to champion your organization each and every day.
Want to learn more? We encourage you to contact us for more information.
What is an
Association Management Company (AMC)?
As your AMC, Managing Matters becomes your association headquarters, running the organization on a daily basis. We provide professional staff, physical office space, administrative support and all the office equipment needed for an association to run efficiently.
Our staff work directly with your association’s volunteers on all initiatives including strategic planning, budgeting, event management, administration, membership management, certification and more.
"Managing Matters has been an incredible long-term partner of the Institute for Performance and Learning, through their dedication, passion and investment in the growth of association. The MM team goes above and beyond to truly understand our needs, collaborate with the board, and serve our members. They are our trusted partners and integral to our success."
Giselle Kovary, Board Chair, Institute for Performance and Learning