True market insight requires more than just product knowledge.

At NETWORK®, we're serious about the core markets we serve. We maintain membership in key trade associations in order to stay current on industry trends and gain valuable insight into the real-world needs of our customers.

AHLA is the sole national association representing all segments of the U.S. lodging industry, including hotel owners, REITs, chains, franchisees, management companies, independent properties, state hotel associations, and industry suppliers.

APIC is an organization dedicated to improving health and patient safety by reducing risks of infection and other adverse outcomes.

AHE is a professional association with the goal of ensuring a clean and safe healthcare community, including environmental services, housekeeping, waste management, textile care professionals and related support services disciplines.

BOMA is an international federation of more than 100 local associations and affiliated organizations. Most members of BOMA International own or manage commercial properties, though BOMA's membership also includes providers of the products and services needed to operate commercial properties.

The BSCAI serves the building service contractors industry, representing companies who provide cleaning, facility maintenance and other related services to building owners and managers.

CSCE is an educational services organization dedicated to providing a collaborative, productive and structured environment where providers and suppliers can learn from each other to increase the efficiency and quality of healthcare in America. The Council carefully selects premier supply chain executives and a limited number of corporate members

IDDBA is an organization focused on the challenges of the dairy, deli, bakery and related industries.

ISSA is a leading international trades association for the cleaning industry. ISSA's worldwide membership includes BSCs and in-house service providers.

USGBC is a non-profit organization committed to expanding sustainable building practices. USGBC also developed the LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) building rating system.