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A2IM helps independent music labels improve business by promoting access and parity through advocacy, education and connection-building with one another and affiliated businesses. A2IM is a not-for-profit trade organization serving the independent music community as a unified voice representing a sector that, according to Billboard Magazine, comprises over 35.1% of the music industry’s market share in the United States. The organization represents the Independents’ interests in the marketplace, in the media, on Capitol Hill, and as part of the global music community.
California-Asia Business Council (Cal-Asia) is dedicated to supporting commerce between California and Asia, on all levels, both outgoing and incoming. We are California's leading private-sector, non-profit Asia business-promotion association and have enduring relationships with agencies and ministries from 22 Asian economies.
China Association of Homes and Services for the Ageing (IAHSA-China) is the official chapter of IAHSA in China. IAHSA represents more than 20,000 ageing services providers worldwide who serve almost 5 million elderly daily and is the largest organization of its kind in the world. Our members include operators, practitioners, facilities, and community-based aging organizations serving China’s Senior Care industry. 国际养老产业协会（中国）是国际养老产业协会IAHSA在中国地区唯一官方机构，融合与养老产业相关的企业和组织，包括住房建设，医疗保健及社区老年服务等各行各业，通过会员交流平台，加强信息及技术的传播，更好地关爱老年人，不断改善中国老年人生活水平。
Based in Washington, DC, the Coalition for America’s Gateways and Trade Corridors (CAGTC) was established to bring national attention to the need to significantly expand U.S. freight transportation capabilities and to work toward solutions for this growing national challenge. Our sole purpose is to raise public recognition and Congressional awareness of this need and to promote sufficient funding in federal legislation for trade corridors, gateways, intermodal connectors and freight facilities. CAGTC is comprised of over sixty representative organizations, including state DOTs, MPOs, ports, engineering firms, and freight corridors that have come together to improve national freight policy.
Credit Management Association is a non-profit trade Association formed in 1883 to help companies succeed by making better business decisions. We are the preeminent resource for export training and export financing guidance. CMA offers educational programs, networking, tools and resources to help companies (from small to large) grow internationally. CMA is ready to serve and fulfill your needs.
FCIB is the premiere association of executives in Finance, Credit and International Business. Since 1919, FCIB has met the needs of the international commercial credit and trade finance community, providing resources for global and political risk analysis. FCIB offers numerous educational and professional development opportunities to help professionals increase their skill sets, and maintains two of the industry’s most prestigious designations—the lifetime Certified International Credit Professional (CICP) and the International Certified Credit Executive (ICCE). The collective experience of more than 1,100 members and a history of success have enabled FCIB to be an industry leader.
The Global Innovation Forum connects entrepreneur, nonprofit and university communities with corporations and government officials to explore the opportunities and challenges of engaging in the global marketplace. Through public forums, private workshops and online platforms, GIF elevates the global opportunity that exists, explores challenges to participating effectively in international markets and works to improve the public policy landscape to benefit a broad range of global innovators. GIF is a project of the National Foreign Trade Council Foundation.
Global Ties U.S. is a nonprofit that makes international exchange programs more effective. We work with our members and the Department of State to bring current and future leaders from around the world to communities across the United States.
Over 50 years, we have provided our members—from large, national organizations to smaller, community-based ones across 44 states and 13 countries—with connections, leadership development, and professional resources, so that they are the strongest, most effective organizations they can be. Together, we build deep connections among people from many countries, resulting in a more peaceful, prosperous world.
The International Franchise Association is the world's oldest and largest organization representing franchising worldwide. IFA works through its government relations and public policy, media relations and educational programs to protect, enhance and promote franchising. Through its media awareness campaign IFA promotes the economic impact of the more than 825,000 franchise establishments, which support nearly 18 million jobs and $2.1 trillion of economic output for the U.S. economy. IFA members include franchise companies in over 300 different business format categories, individual franchisees and companies that support the industry in marketing, law and business development.
The Marine Technology Society (MTS), founded in 1963, is a non-profit international community of ocean engineers, technologists, academicians, business leaders, and scientists all involved in the advancement of technologies that dovetail directly with the oceans; and especially in the areas of energy and environmental technologies. The mission of MTS is to facilitate a broader understanding of the relevance of marine technology to wider global issues by enhancing the dissemination of marine technology information. MTS also promotes and improves marine technology and related educational programs, and advances the development of the tools and procedures required to explore, study and further the responsible and sustainable use of the oceans.
North American Strategy for Competitiveness (NASCO), is a tri-national coalition of governments, businesses and educational institutions driven by a common interest in collaboration along key freight, energy and trade networks. Founded in 1994, NASCO encourages North America’s competitiveness in the global marketplace. At NASCO, we believe that the best strategy for North American competitiveness lies in freight logistics and operational efficiencies, innovative supply chain technologies, and skilled workforce training programs. We also believe that the only way to achieve results and success is from the grassroots level – the local, state and provincial governments partnering with industry expertise. Those public and private partnerships and connections across the continent are what NASCO does best.
NEXCO is a nonprofit association serving the international business community since 1963. NEXCO specializes in high quality affordable seminars that take the mystery out of trade. Its educational seminars, webinars, and networking events attract individuals and employees of companies involved in international trade. Online educational courses are available through podcasts. NEXCO’s Board of Directors is comprised of international business leaders from the New York City area. Its membership includes individual, corporate and sponsor level categories from importers, exporters and service-oriented companies engaged in global trade.
The North Alabama International Trade Association (NAITA) is a business-driven organization with the mission to promote economic growth through international trade education, training, and networking. NAITA, a non-profit membership organization, provides an international networking forum, education on trade issues, and prepares businesses for global success. NAITA began in 1983 and has grown to become the regional resource for international trade development. NAITA is managed by the Madison County Commission International Trade Development Center—Your Partner in the Global Marketplace.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) is the nation's leading trade association representing recreational boat, marine engine and accessory manufacturers. Collectively, NMMA members manufacture an estimated 80 percent of marine products used in North America. NMMA is a unifying force and powerful voice for the recreational boating industry, working to strengthen and grow boating and protect the interests of its member companies. All that we do at NMMA, including consumer boat shows, marketing the Discover Boating program, providing export counsel and international trade opportunities, producing market research and statistics, and certifying marine products support our core objectives.
Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) is the national trade association representing manufacturers and component suppliers producing 98% of all RVs manufactured in the United States. The group serves as the chief source for technical data, market research and production statistics. It also maintains an inspection process to audit manufacturer compliance with the NFPA 1192 RV Standard; represents the RV industry with federal and state governments and regulatory bodies; promotes RV ownership and travel to the public; and sponsors industry trade shows.
The Receptive Services Association of America (RSAA) is the leading trade association focused on the development and promotion of the U.S. inbound travel industry. Founded in 1991, RSAA’s mission is to serve as the voice of the U.S. inbound travel industry, promote professional excellence, and create a collaborative atmosphere for all companies and entities involved in the U.S. inbound travel industry.
RSAA is comprised of the nation’s leading receptive tour operators, suppliers and destinations and is dedicated to providing members with innovative and timely marketing, education, and networking opportunities in order to secure their portion of the important inbound travel market.
SBIS is a non-for profit organization founded in 1986, affiliated to IMIA – International Medical Informatics Association. Since 1986 SBIS has had a steady growth. Its mission is to promote the use of IT to enable better health for all. From the late 90s onwards, SBIS has had a very balanced presence among the Academia, the Public Sector and Suppliers Developers. Since 1986, SBIS has carried out the Brazilian Health Informatics Conference (CBIS) every other year. In August 2015, SBIS will host MEDINFO, the world conference on Medical Informatics, for the first time in Latin America!
United States Council for International Business (USCIB) promotes open markets, competitiveness and innovation, sustainable development and corporate social responsibility supported by international engagement and regulatory coherence. USCIB’s vision and strength are provided by an active membership of leading corporations and organizations, while our unique global network helps turn the vision into reality. USCIB also provides a range of valuable services to facilitate overseas trade, including the ATA Carnet, electronic certificates of origin (eCOs), and titles from its international bookstore, including Incoterms 2010®.
U.S.-India Importers’ Council (USIIC): The primary mission of USIIC is to advance President Obama’s National Export Initiative, and to support the efforts of Indian companies that import products from the United States. USIIC’s key role is to provide advice and guidance to Indian SME importers and first time importers as well as host regular activities, interactions, events and recognition for its members. The Council is led by Dr. V. Rangaraj and assisted by an Executive Committee, which comprises leading U.S. importers and service providers. The Executive Committee members collectively represent about 50 U.S. companies and facilitate U.S. exports worth approximately $110 million.
The U.S.-Saudi Arabian Business Council (USSABC) is the premier U.S. organization that assists U.S. companies in identifying business partners in Saudi Arabia. The Business Council’s mission is to foster, develop, and expand the strategic business alliance between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia and contribute to the accurate depiction of the Saudi business environment.
The USSABC has a membership base of 400 leading companies in the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, enjoys strong government support from both countries, and interacts regularly with senior government officials to promote issues of mutual interest to U.S. and Saudi firms.