Click HERE to access 2013–2014 regional tradeshow and event dates, locations and contact details in an all-in-one calendar. The regional associations in the ... more »
R@IN is jointly sponsored by the four state Regional Environmental Enforcement Associations: Midwest Environmental Enforcement Association, Northeast ... more »
Regional associations of grantmakers are nonprofit membership associations of foundations and related organizations that share a common goal: to strengthen ... more »
The Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers (the Forum) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit membership association network that strengthens the ability of all ... more »
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There are more than 160 Princeton regional associations around the world, connecting all Princetonians within a certain geographic boundary to each other and ... more »
ICOOS Reauthorization Moves Ahead · IOOS Association Board Members Travel to DC · Programmatic Updates · In the Regions ... IOOS Regional Associations:. more »
NASFAA works in partnership with six regional associations of financial aid administrators to deliver excellence in student aid administration. These regional ... more »
Blue dots at left show locations of active regional associations. Most are also affiliated with the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) or the American Academy of ... more »
Six regional associations are responsible for the coordination of meteorological, hydrological and related activities within their respective Regions: Region I ... more »
Regional associations work with industries of particular areas to improve standardization options and promote products based upon regulations which ensure quality to consumers. Joining a trade association is an efficient way to build trust with consumers through a source which already has a significant reputation in the market. An organization of this nature provides several services to business owners which improve overall profitability. Consider the regulations which your products meets and what if any alterations must take place to join a trade association. Having determined these factors the advantages and drawbacks of joining an association may be properly evaluated and the most profitable course determined.
There are many trade association options to consider. Online resources may be implemented to review the merits and standards of various institutes. The type of business being operated will determine the associations which apply and are available to business owners. Working within a specific region allows for more precise evaluation of the market and its needs. Trade associations which operate within these regions can target the local culture and adhere to the legislation presented. If you are seeking options for regional associations try clicking the links to the left to find further information available.