As a NAFEM member, you have access to key information not made available to
the industry at large. If there is something that you can not find or feel should be added,
please contact NAFEM Headquarters
to let us
Ensure NAFEM has your correct company and product information. Update your
company information here
During the show in Anaheim, NAFEM Showplace was available as the show program guide
via mobile devices and tablets to assist show attendees. Now, NAFEM Showplace
is a desktop product directory.
If you participated in The NAFEM Show, all the information you provided for the mobile app also
is available in NAFEM Showplace. If you didn't participate in The NAFEM Show, your company
contact information is included in NAFEM Showplace and you now have the ability to add
marketing materials to your listing. NAFEM Showplace is the resource operators turn
to for gathering NAFEM-member product information. Login
to update your
Point totals as of 04/30/16
2016 Priority Point Opportunities
Various organization documents for your reference:
To order a new membership plaque, complete the plaque order form
and return it to
The NAFEM logo is available to all NAFEM members to use on printed materials
or on your company's Web site. To receive,
and indicate the format needed.
Thanks for taking part in NAFEM’s 2016 Annual Meeting & Management Workshop in San Juan! We asked the event speakers to provide information from their presentations that NAFEM members can review and use in their businesses right away. Here’s the information we received:
“Managing Talent in the Network Age”
Ben offers NAFEM members a link
to download some of the slides and additional resources related to his presentation.
“Think Customer Experience”
Scott provides NAFEM members with a link
to a website containing his presentation slides, a chapter from his “Taxi Terry” book and a free copy of his latest e-book.
“What We See – Change!”
Marc offers NAFEM members a shortened version of his presentation deck
with the most relevant and recognizable slides. He asks that you keep the information confidential and not share outside of your company.
Luke provides NAFEM attendees with a one-page document
that includes the key process steps he covered in his presentation, and a breakdown of the complete disruptive thinking process.