Drawer organizers like cutlery trays keep everything in their place. There are even spaces for non-daily use items like pizza cutters, serving spoons and more.
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Lids and tops can stack neatly while keeping other items separate. Pull them out from underneath the counter when needed and then tuck them back away you’re done.
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Besides networking with professionals from the industry and offering business opportunities, ILEA's (formerly Uses) focus is on providing a community by which event planners can build relationships and work together to discover ways to creatively develop the events' industry. The community is really what drives this event planning association's success: ILEA has 53 chapters and over 5,500 members internationally.
Membership ranges from meeting planners, caterers and decorators to journalists, audio-visual technicians and photographers. A major focus file is on providing research analyses and education to those within the industry.
NACE is the first non-profit organization dedicating to strengthening the knowledge and network of those within the catering and events industry. NACE encompasses a wide range of tasks, including hosting conferences, maintaining an industry blog, offering scholarships and community grants through its Foundation, and more.
Additionally, NACE offers excellent networking opportunities for industry professionals, and it is also dedicated to providing career services to members. The event association offers a members-only online community, Menace, where members can network and discuss important industry topics.
NACE’s CPC certification and the Business Academies Certificate Program are meant to further the knowledge of catering and event management among organizers, and to promote a level of professionalism among those in the industry. Founded in 1988, ESPN’s mission is to provide the necessary education and preparation for members to excel within the events' industry, and to play an important role in its innovation.
Although the association initially served convention managers, ESPN has grown to include a diverse range of association members, from Catering Managers to Audio Visual technicians. ESPN provides knowledge forums and continuing education hours to help members keep up with industry trends.
There are opportunities both for students and for educational institutions, and for individual members or organizations. MPI is the largest international events' association, with a strong and influential voice in the industry.
MPI offers both networking opportunities for its members and educational resources. With MPI Membership, event association members would be joining an international community of professionals where you can form strong business and social bonds and stay informed on industry insights and trends.
Similar to NACE, MPI has a Foundation dedicated to providing scholarships and grants for members in order to further develop and research event industry trends. MPI is also famous for its CMP program, which offers an internationally recognized event planning certification.
Membership to MPI gives members access to a wide variety of educational resources and networking tools. ICCA is geared towards event organizers who do business internationally, because membership provides organizers with global networking events and to over 1,000 suppliers in the international meetings' industry.
With members in over 90 countries, ICCA membership is a great way to expand your network internationally. To join, you will need to complete an application form, wait for confirmation, and pay the entrance and first year membership fees.
Mic is often regarded as the most respected authority on sustainability in the events' industry. Mic has partnered with the Convention Industry Council (CIC) in order to further actualize its mission to promote sustainability standards and best practices.
The Mic community is global in scope, and all members share an interest in sustainability. Many industry related professionals can join, including hotels, transportation and audio/visual providers, and more.
Unlike the associations above, Coma is targeted specifically toward event marketing professionals. Coma serves as a “thought leadership association” in that it fosters a community of event marketing professionals that share their expertise and experiences in order to further advance industry best practices.
It also publishes white papers and maintains a blog in order to create relevant content for event marketing professionals. IAV is dedicated to providing event venue managers with educational resources and networking opportunities.
IAV particularly prides itself on being committed to the values of integrity, diversity, education, and service. IAV offers memberships to faculty in order to keep them updated with industry knowledge and trends, as well as to young professionals under 30 who want to advance their careers.
NC BMP’s mission is to educate planners within the African American community on all facets of the planning profession and to provide a networking community that promotes professionalism and planning best practices. Membership gives you access to the NC BMP's Annual Educational Conference and Expo, a quarterly newsletter, great networking opportunities, scholarships, and continuing education credits toward the CMP certification.
Like other associations above, NC BMP membership is offered both to meeting planners and to academics. Launched in 2016, Event ovation is the fastest growing community for people in the event planning world.
There are no application or membership fees, and members will instantly gain exclusive access to community discussions and insightful e-books. Established in 1956, CMA has been dedicated to teaching and inspiring the professional events' community through senior level networking and multiple educational opportunities for their members.
Through education & networking, the association seeks to inspire, connect, and innovate the business events' community on a global scale. They hold multiple events per month, ranging from webinars to large-scale conferences.
Joining CMA is simple as visiting their membership page and choosing the package that best fits your need. This association, founded in 1981, is the only national organization in the U.S. dedicated exclusively to government meetings.
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