Magazine article Stage Directions

PLASA's European and North American Branches Split

Magazine article Stage Directions

PLASA's European and North American Branches Split

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On Wednesday, Sept. 30, PLASA announced that its European and American branches are splitting, and will again function as independent organizations. In a brief, unsigned, statementO the organization said that the "move will allow the associations to set strategic direction to meet their individual demands," let each market focus on activities that are most relevant to its members and "allow for more agility and decisiveness."

The merger of the North American and European branches only started in 2011, after a majority of ESTA members (as the North American branch was known before it merged with PLASA) voted to approve the merger in 2010. After a meeting of the governing body of ESTA on Saturday, Oct. 10, more information was released, indicating that PLASA North America will be changing their name (possibly back to ESTA, though they're open to suggestions) and the structure of the new board. …

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