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Business Partners

Business Partners are more than just vendors, they are indispensable to common interest communities. 
Compared to nonmember service providers, CAI Business Partners are generally more likely to:

1) Understand how community associations work which will save you money & frustrations.

2) Have products and services specifically designed for community associations and don't try to force a generic solution.

3) Be better attuned to community association trends and in a better position to make recommendations and suggestions.

Are you looking for a business partner?



Interested in Teaching A CMCA Course?

Business Partners:  Are you interested in providing a course for continuing education for the CMCA certification?  The Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) approves these courses. The CAMICB Continuing Education Review Committee meets the first Wednesday of each month and the courses are due to Sara Duginske of CAMICB  the last Tuesday of each month.  The application must be submitted as one pdf with the following sections bookmarked:

  1. Signed application
  2. Speaker Bio
  3. Course Outline and Learning Objectives
  4. Course Presentation Materials
  5. Course Handouts
  6. Course Advertisements

Sara B. Duginske, M.S.
Director, Credentialing Services
Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB)
6402 Arlington Blvd., Ste 510
Falls Church, VA 22042

703.970.9300       Main

www.camicb.org

sduginske@camicb.org

Become An Educated Business Partner

There's a new and easy way you can market and differentiate yourself to community association clients. All you need is an interest in learning more about the community association marketplace. about four hours, and computer and an internet connection.

Learn More Here


Do More With Your
CAI-RMC Membership

Business Partners are encouraged to participate in events - by attending and/or sponsoring.  Events are a great way to get more out of your membership by networking and getting to know other members.  You never know what connections you'll make if you don't attempt to connect.  Sponsorships and advertising are a great way to increase brand awareness - using our opportunities wisely will make a difference in the outcome of your membership with CAI.  Click on the "sponsors" link above for more information about sponsorships and advertising.  We still have some sponsorships left in 2016 that haven't been sold...if you need help figuring out what those are, please contact the chapter office by email.


CONTACT US
(303) 585-0367
Bridget@hoa-colorado.org


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