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AMDA - The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine
Library Topics: Healthcare, Business, Management
15 Conferences, 1195 Sessions, 1298 Speakers
The American Medical Directors Association is the professional association of medical directors and physicians practicing in the long term care continuum dedicated to excellence in patient care by providing education, advocacy, information, and professional development.

Association of Credit and Collection Professionals
Library Topics: Finance, Business
4 Conferences, 124 Sessions, 168 Speakers
ACA International (ACA), formerly the American Collectors Association, was created in 1939 to bring together third-party collection professionals to advance the credit and collection industry. Today, ACA ties together the entire credit and collection cycle, which is critical to the world's economy. ACA's membership includes collection professionals, asset buyers, attorneys, creditors and vendors in more than 55 countries. ACA members return billions of dollars to the economy each year, ensuring that the use of credit remains available to consumers. ACA members work to achieve common goals and encourage the continued growth and professionalism of their businesses. The association is the voice of the credit and collection industry and serves as a resource for its members, the media, policy makers and consumers

Day Spa Association
Library Topics: Healthcare, Therapy, Business
3 Conferences, 95 Sessions, 73 Speakers
The 2nd Annual Day Spa Expo & Business Forum, dedicated specifically to Day Spas and designed to serve Owners, Operators, Directors, and Managers was once again a tremendous success, and a vitally important and rewarding venue offering an incredible contribution to the Spa Industry as a whole.

Internet Retailer
Library Topics: Business, Marketing, Sales, Technology, Media, Advertising
7 Conferences, 415 Sessions, 473 Speakers
In its first dozens years of existence, e-retailing has been variously perceived as a novelty, a stock craze, a burst balloon and for the last few years as a solid and growing retailing channel-one of several in the modern retailer's multi-channel offerings. Yet, viewing online retailing as just another retailing channel totally misses its enormous potential and the huge impact it is having on the retailing environment worldwide.

Managing Today's OR Suite
Library Topics: Management, Healthcare, Business
8 Conferences, 245 Sessions, 279 Speakers
The OR Manager publication, launched in 1985, reaches 3,200 subscribers across the country and internationally. OR Manager, Inc, also publishes OR Reports, an electronic publication comprising abstracts of scientific literature relating to the OR environment. Managing Today's OR Suite, offers two conferences. The Managing Today's OR Suite conference, held in the fall, attracts some 800 OR directors and others involved in the management of the OR. The OR Business Management conference, held in the spring, attracts a broader audience of personnel involved in the financial management of the OR.

NACE International - The Corrosion Society
Library Topics: Other, Business
1 Conference, 51 Sessions, 101 Speakers
NACE International, The Corrosion Society, serves nearly 30,000 members in 116 countries and is recognized globally as the premier authority for corrosion control solutions. The organization offers technical training and certification programs, conferences, industry standards, reports, publications, technical journals, government relations activities and more. NACE International is headquartered in Houston, Texas, and also has offices in San Diego, California; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; and Shanghai, China.

National Apartment Association
Library Topics: Business, Management, Real Estate
5 Conferences, 222 Sessions, 324 Speakers
The National Apartment Association (NAA) is America's leading advocate for quality rental housing. NAA's mission is to serve the interests of multifamily housing owners, managers, developers and suppliers and maintain a high level of professionalism in the multifamily housing industry to better serve the rental housing needs of the public.
NAA is a federation of nearly 200 state and local affiliates, comprised of more than 51,000 multifamily housing companies representing more than 6.1 million apartment homes throughout the United States and Canada. Members in good standing of any affiliated association are automatically considered members of NAA and entitled to NAA benefits.
Through a joint legislative alliance with the National Multi Housing Council, NAA protects and represents your interests with regard to legislative and regulatory issues at the federal government level. NAA monitors legislation and regulations in all 50 states and shares that information with your local and state affiliate staff. We continually provide education and training opportunities for both multi-site managers and on-site staff. NAA�s education initiatives include six nationally-recognized designation programs. In addition, NAA offers the industry�s premiere education conference and trade show, attracting thousands of multifamily housing professionals seeking education, networking and business opportunities.
Our members represent all facets of the multifamily housing industry: owners, managers, developers, leasing consultants, maintenance technicians and suppliers.
Our purpose is to support an industry that offers safe, affordable multifamily housing to the public, equitably compensates its workforce, and provides investors with a fair and reasonable rate of return.

National Association of Convenience Stores
Library Topics: Business
2 Conferences, 58 Sessions, 142 Speakers
NACS Is Convenience

NACS, the Association for Convenience and Petroleum Retailing, was founded August 14, 1961, as the National Association of Convenience Stores. NACS is an international trade association representing more than 2,200 retail and 1,800 supplier company members. NACS member companies do business in nearly 40 countries around the world, with the majority of members based in the United States. The U.S. convenience store industry, with 140,655 stores across the U.S., posted $495.3 billion in total sales for 2005, with $344.2 billion in motor fuels sales.

Since 1961, NACS has been an advocate for the convenience retailing industry providing industry information, knowledge and connections to ensure the competitive viability of our members' businesses.

The diversity of NACS membership reflects the diversity of the convenience store and petroleum marketing industry and our commitment to developing a robust competitive environment for our members.

The NACS Mission

The mission of NACS is to represent the industry and to assist retail members in increasing their current and future effectiveness and profitability by:
* Providing knowledge, solutions and connections needed by the industry
* Improving the image of the industry
* Impacting government action beneficial to the industry through the active participation of its membership
* Anticipating and facilitating change which ensures the long-term viability of the industry
* Maintaining a financially independent association
* Fostering productive, efficient relationships with industry suppliers

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News available in the topic of Business
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Articles available in the topic of Business
The Importance Of Employee Motivation
By: Mose Cotton
Knowing how to motivate those who work for you is something that everyone needs to learn if they want to be a success in any industry that they are in. The people that work for you and the ones that m...

A Guide To Using Dictation Equipment
By: Alejandro Lewis
Dictation equipment is a method to record ideas rather than writing them down. It is also used in business as it allows for quick and accurate recording of information. In addition, it is used when wr...

Eliminating Obstacles To Productivity
By: Bryan Rice

What Stops You From Being Productive?

Lots of things get in our way when we are trying to be productive. Most of these are easy to spot and tend to boil down to being d...


Jobs available that relate to the topic of Business
Business Analyst IT II - 9266
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Business Analyst
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Outside Business to Business Sales - Facility Serv
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