Manage Your Professional Networks

CREC provides management support to national professional organizations whose missions focus on community and economic development and/or economic statistics and analysis. CREC provides financial management, business operation support, and event planning and coordination, as well as trained research staff to our network of organizational partners.

Manage Your Professional Networks

Located on the Potomac with convenient access to federal agencies, the Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness (CREC) delivers professional association management services by delivering business solutions that enable organizations to achieve their goals and objectives. CREC guides:

 

 

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CREC Develops Custom Strategic Plans & Annual Budgets for Each Association:

Clients benefit from our culture of excellence, expertise, and our real-world experience. We are committed to delivering all major revenue-producing and service delivery programs through one in-house team. CREC works with its associations to provide membership recruitment and retention; tax-exempt accounting and financial management; development of non-dues revenue and fund-raising.

Contact COO, Sean McNamara, at sam@crec.net to discuss CREC’s approach to data association management and how we can meet your needs.

Client Catalogue

Catawba Valley Community College

Catawba Valley Community College is an innovative, comprehensive community college that fosters an environment focused on Academic Excellence, Globalization and Diversity, Economic and Workforce Development, and Student and Community Engagement to empower individuals and enrich the community through premier educational programs and services centered on teaching and learning.


Cedar Valley Regional Partnership

The Cedar Valley Regional Partnership is a six-county economic development marketing partnership focused on attracting business investments to Iowa. It specifically focuses on advanced manufacturing; leading logistics; food processing; agri-based biotechnology; information technology; and entrepreneurial development.


Centralina Council of Governments

The Centralina Council of Governments (CCOG) is located in the Central Piedmont of North Carolina and encompasses nine counties and 74 municipalities, representing almost two million people and headquartered in the City of Charlotte.


Chatham-Kent Strategic Workforce Planning Board

The board’s main role is to function as a broker of local research, disseminator of information, and facilitator of collaborative partnership development. Our intent is to identify needs and facilitate solutions to attract, train and retain a sustainable workforce through community partnerships.