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CommPartners and Council of Manufacturing Associations Continue Their Strategic Partnership for Online Events and Education in 2015

Print(COLUMBIA, MD – December 19, 2015) CommPartners, an industry leader in providing online education and events to associations, is pleased to announce it will be producing the Council of Manufacturing Associations’ online education programs in 2015.  CommPartners’ services for CMA include quarterly livestreams of economic forecasts delivered by Chief Economist, Chad Moutray.  CommPartners will also support webinars and webcasts delivered through the National Association of Manufacturers.

CMA represents every aspect of manufacturing in the United States and provides knowledge and resources to help more than 240 trade associations create a stronger and more prosperous manufacturing sector.

Tonya Muse, CMA’s Senior Director states:

“The NAM’s Council of Manufacturing Associations is excited to once again, enter into this partnership with CommPartners to bring online events and education to CMA members. The staff at CommPartners is great to work with and helps us make sure we are staying current with educational trends.”

CommPartners President Richard Finstein is looking forward to the opportunity to support CMA and NAM in 2015.

“We are fortunate to have the opportunity to provide online education and events to such a dynamic organization. CMA is at the forefront of association thought leadership. Our partnership helps to provide greater access and awareness of their excellent programs.”

CommPartners has supported the association community for over 21 years with online education and event services that help organizations connect with their communities through knowledge.  In 2014, the company introduced its new learning platform called Elevate which brings community based learning to member organizations.

Aubrey MellosCommPartners and Council of Manufacturing Associations Continue Their Strategic Partnership for Online Events and Education in 2015
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