In order to help our customers stay ahead of trends, technological advances, and changing business practices, IBF is a member of select trade associations that specialize in the disciplines of printing, graphic design & communications, payroll and staffing. Our affiliations are:
The backbone of the print industry, the PSDA (Print Services and Distribution Association) is the world’s largest network of business printing professionals. Its wide array of networking events, an online curriculum, award-winning trade publications and a sourcing referral service, keep both its members and individual businesses ahead of changes in the printing industry.
NAPEO, the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations, is the largest trade association for professional employer organizations nationwide. NAPEO has nearly 400 PEO members operating in all 50 states, representing approximately 91 percent of the revenues of the $68 billion industry. NAPEO's members range in size from start-up PEOs to large, publicly held companies with years of success in the industry. The Source for PEO Education®, NAPEO provides its members with the very best educational services and business resources including conferences, seminars, a monthly magazine, online services, marketing resources, PR support and more. The Voice of the PEO Industry®, NAPEO also embraces a commitment to furthering and protecting the interests of its PEO members at all levels of government through proactive lobbying efforts and timely communications on regulatory and legislative issues of interest.
The American Staffing Association promotes legal, ethical, and professional practices for the $86 billion U.S. staffing industry. ASA members account for 85% of U.S. staffing industry sales and operate more than 15,000 offices throughout the nation. Some 2.7 million Americans go to work for U.S. staffing companies every business day.
Founded to promote flexible employment opportunities and ensure the quality of staffing services, ASA has been the voice of the U.S. staffing industry since 1966. Members provide a wide range of employment services and solutions, including temporary and contract staffing, recruiting and permanent placement, outplacement and outsourcing, training, and human resource consulting. ASA and its affiliated chapters promote the interests of the industry through legal and legislative advocacy, public relations, education, and the establishment of high standards of ethical conduct.
The American Payroll Association is the professional society for Payroll Professionals. Founded in 1982 it is run by a professional staff under the direction of the Executive Director, the member President, and Board of Directors. The Association pursues the following objectives:
The Idaho Business League, Inc., (IBL) located in Boise, Idaho provides companies with enhanced business opportunities. Through networking luncheons, member programs, annual trade shows - expositions featuring informative seminars and workshops, the IBL assists clients in establishing long term business relationships. Members and clients of the IBL gain entrance to a league of hundreds of businesses wherein they can market and sell their products and services. IBL membership is unique to Idaho. Attend the IBL luncheons. Participate in the IBL events. Ask about the benefits of membership.
Buy Idaho was formed in 1986 as a private non-profit organization that promotes products and services produced in Idaho.
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Established in 1885, the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce strives to be the leading business advocacy organization in the Treasure Valley. The Boise Metro Chamber is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization comprised of nearly 2,000 business enterprises, civic organizations, education institutions and individuals. Its mission is to provide leadership that will help create regional economic prosperity and success for its members.
The Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization of citizens who are investing their time and money in a community development program - working together to improve the economic, civic and cultural well-being of the area.
Any citizen who is interested in helping to develop the area (which means more money, more business, more jobs, and better living for everyone) is eligible to be a member of the Chamber of Commerce.
The Promotional Products Assocation International advocates the power and value of promotional products in the marketing and advertising professions to ensure the sucess of its members and the global industry.
The Coeur d'Alene Chamber of Commerce is the premier business organization in North Idaho. With about 1,300 members, it is the second largest Chamber in Idaho and plays a big part in promoting Coeur d'Alene, welcoming newcomers, lobbying the Legislature for our business interests in North Idaho, and bringing events to the area that contribute greatly to our local economy.
The mission of the Idaho Trucking Association (ITA) is the advancement of the insterests of transporters of property and passengers by motor carriers, and to promote and preserve the inherent advantages of highway transportation.
The Idaho Association of Counties (IAC), formed in 1976, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan service organization dedicated to the improvement of county government. It was designed and incorporated by county elected officials to provide services, research, uniformity and coordination among member counties, in order for the county elected officials to serve their constituents better.
IAC is funded annually by dues paid by member counties and revenues generated by IAC services. The constituion and by-laws of IAC provide that the mangement of the organization is vested in a Board of Directors, which appoints an executive director to assist and serve at the pleasure of the board. The executive director is responsible for the management of the affairs of the IAC under general direction of the board. The officers of the board are elected at the IAC Annual Conference. Other directors are elexted by the affiliate assocations and IAC districts. IAC is owned, organized and operated by Idaho's county governments.
"Mini-Cassia" is short for Minidoka & Cassia County, two neighboring counties located in South-Central Idaho.
In 1993 the Rupert and Burley chambers merged to create our Chamber, which now has hundreds of businesses as members and covers all 12 towns in the two-county area. Our Chamber is governed by 12 elected, volunteer directors, who actively create programs to promote the area and benefit local businesses.
More than just a fantastic social-club, the Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce is the local vehicle that enables people to work together to improve business and to build a better community. As a member of the Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce, you join with other business professionals in a partnership of progress interested in preserving the quality of life in the Mini-Cassia area.
Our Chamber promises to acknowledge a duty of stewardship to preserve this special place on Earth. This spirit of place is the foundation of our economy and the essence of our community.
Some visitors come to Jackson Hole to see the pristine mountain landscape and abundant wildlife; others to crave the world-class ski terrain. Put simply, it is the power of this place that has touched and inspired so many. A fundamental connection with nature compels our Chamber to respect the necessary balance between commerce and conservation.
Mountain Home, Idaho sets between the Danskin and Owyhee Mountains, approximately 40 miles southeast of Boise. Mountain Home, Idaho currently has a population over 11,000 and growing daily due to new industry and "our" Mountain Home Air Force base. You see, Mountain Home has strong ties to the base and their issues are "our" issues. There are many retired military members that live in our community, which also strengthens the ties. Annually, we have our Mountain Home Air Force Appreciation Day. Which we can proudly boast to being one of the largest parades in Idaho. The Chamber also hosts other events throughout the year.