Membership in ETEBA offers a wide range of services that help members find business opportunities, stay informed of the latest trends and developments and connect with the government and business leaders they need to know.
Marketing the skills and assets of your business is an important feature of ETEBA membership. A full membership directory, including the ability to search for specific requirements and skill sets, is available here to both ETEBA members as well as outside companies looking for teaming partners.
Information on Business Issues and Opportunities: ETEBA members receive up to date information to help them stay on top of new program developments and potential business opportunities. These include a Weekly Update, the ETEBA Newsletter, email alerts, the annual Business Opportunities Conference and workshops on business and contracting issues.
Networking: ETEBA hosts numerous events that offer the opportunity for members to network with each other, potential new clients and key government and industry leaders. These opportunities include monthly meetings, special events and topical forums. Members can also pursue special interests and issues by serving on ETEBA Committees and Board.
Marketing of Member Capabilities: ETEBA exhibits at conferences with promotional materials, makes referrals to contracting entities seeking services that can be provided by ETEBA members, and provides information about its members and their job openings on its Website.
Group Advocacy and Representation: Through its Government Relations program, ETEBA represents member interests to decision makers at all levels of government, and presents a collective voice on issues of importance to the membership.
Community Involvement: ETEBA has active education and safety programs, and provides a platform for members to give back to their communities by sponsoring scholarships and raising money for local charities.
Staff Resources: ETEBA has an Executive Director in Tennessee and business services, administrative and communications personnel who support activities and member events in ETEBA chapters.
Companies: Any commercial firm with objectives consistent with the mission of ETEBA may become a Member. Membership applications are reviewed by the Board of Directors, and membership is granted following a majority vote of the Board.
Affiliations: Local, regional, or state organizations or not-for-profit organizations with objectives consistent with the mission of the ETEBA may become Affiliates of ETEBA upon petition to and approval of the Board of Directors. Approval consists of a majority vote of the Board at a duly noticed meeting.
New members pay a one-time initial membership fee that includes the first year’s annual dues. Renewal dues are billed in January of each year. The fee schedule is listed in the membership packet. Initial membership fees and annual renewal dues are based on the number of total company employees in all offices nationwide. After determining your company’s membership level, designate one principal to be your authorized representative. This person will be responsible for establishing and maintaining your online presence with ETEBA by entering your company profile; any employee of your company can log into the website as a member, but only the member contact can edit the profile.
We hope you will consider joining ETEBA. Contact us to join, or download a pdf version of the membership packet. For membership questions, email Linda Short at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact her by phone at 877-MY-ETEBA (877-693-8322).