DSF Rolls Out New Membership Tiers, Benefits — The First Update in Seven Years
The Digital Signage Federation (DSF), the only not-for-profit independent voice of the digital signage ecosystem, has unveiled a new membership tier structure, the first overhaul of how members are categorized in seven years. The new tiers and member benefits are now live on the DSF website.
“We charged our Membership Committee to take a long hard look at how we structured our membership and the benefits we offer,” said DSF Chair Len Dudis. “What we’ve released is the result of that had work which we believe will benefit all of our members and allow the DSF to better serve members across the board.”
In the new membership structure, all members receive access to DSF Micro-Credential education courses, discounts to industry events, placement in the DSF Speakers Bureau and access to the soon-to-be-released DSF Job Board. The new structure offers End Users a FREE membership, while membership for individuals remains $100 and corporate membership begins at Silver ($500). Three new premium tiers have been established for corporate membership: Gold ($1,000), Platinum ($2,500) and Sponsor ($10,000).
“The DSF Membership Committee spent the better part of 2022 talking to our members about what they valued most and enhancements we could make to their membership experience. Based on that direct feedback we’ve drastically improved our member tiers with added industry networking opportunities, continuing education, and getting our membership recognized and involved,” said Frank Pisano, DSF Board Member and Membership Committee Chair.
Corporate members receive basic listing in the DSF Directory, placement in the DSF LUMAscape, opportunity to create Micro-Credential courses, have their company news published on the DSF website and other benefits.
The Sponsorship tier is open to 16 members and offers the most extensive benefit package, including membership to the DSF Advisory Council. Formed in 2021 the Advisory Council provides industry insight, intelligence and thought leadership to the DSF Board. Advisory Council members also help amplify and support ongoing programming like quarterly DSF Meet ‘N Mingle events, and DSF presence at industry conferences and trade shows.
“The DSF has been and will always be a by-members, for-members organization,” said Dudis. “Our mission remains the same, and we’re laser-focused on growing our industry, to engaging with and powering up our entire ecosystem from end users to major manufacturers and everyone in between.”
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