CTDA MEMBERSHIP: An Investment in Your Business and Your Future
CTDA designs every program to provide YOU with the resources and tools to thrive in today's ceramic tile marketplace. Founded in 1978, CTDA has grown to over 400 members representing the world's largest concentration of ceramic tile buying power. Take a look at what CTDA can do for your company.
Steve Vogel with Conestoga Tile talks about the benefits of being a Ceramic Tile Distributors Association (CTDA) member at Coverings 2013 in Atlanta.
Success Through Education
Education is vital to the success of your workforce. CTDA offers several educational products at special member discounts. Whether you'd like to introduce a new employee to the tile industry, or educate customers on the color/shade variances found in tile, let CTDA provide you with right tools for success.
Committing Yourself to Your Industry
CTDA is a great place to network and build relationships within the industry. You and your associates are welcome to participate in annual events that provide education, facilitate networking opportunities, as well as allow your voice to be heard. Connect with the industry by attending CTDA's two biggest events - Total Solutions Plus and Coverings.
Annually, CTDA surveys its membership on vital business activities and produces reports to provide a "snapshot" of the association. These reports are valuable resources to evaluate your company in terms of profit improvement, employee compensation, distribution and company performance.
Members of CTDA experience increased national exposure. Whether you're a distributor, manufacturer, or allied member, the association strives to bridge your product or service to potential buyers.
As a member of CTDA, your company can take advantage of discounts on shipping, health insurance programs, client collection services, telephone charges, auto rentals, and more.
Keeping You Informed
Stay informed on current association and industry news and resources. The CTDA website, CTDA Educational Opportunities, Weekly Newsletters and TileDealer Magazine are all free resources that will "keep you in the loop".