The Association of Town Centre Management (ATCM) is dedicated to helping town and city centres realize their natural roles both as prosperous locations for business and investment, and as focal points for vibrant, inclusive communities. Centre Management is a coordinated, pro-active initiative designed to ensure that town and city centres are desirable and attractive places. The initiative is a partnership between the public and private sectors and brings together a wide-range of key interests. Initiatives are able to develop, or support the development of, a widely-adopted vision and strategy for the centre.
The Business Improvement Areas of British Columbia (BIABC) is a non-profit umbrella organization representing all Business Improvement Areas in British Columbia. BIABC is a membership-based organization that assists and promotes BIAs and the BIA movement in British Columbia. BIABC provides communication, motivation and education resources to their present and future members.
The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is comprised of government and private sector operatives in the tourism industry across the Caribbean and is the premier regional tourism association. CTO collects and disseminates research and data on the development of the regional industry.
Since its establishment in 1992, the Central Johannesburg Partnership (CJP) has investigated international and local trends in urban renewal. The CJP is committed to involving key stakeholders in Central Johannesburg in a cooperative effort to rejuvenate the central area thereby promoting a sound economy; an attractive, clean, safe and vibrant city centre; affordable residential accommodation; employment opportunities and a focus for the community.
GECC LAB is the point of reference in Italy for all those involved in redevelopment, management and revitalization of city centers. Activities are focused in areas of places, commerce, real estate development, culture, sustainability, and institutions. It offers a technical support and information, discussion forums, and issue updates in Italy and abroad by providing tools, methodologies and solutions.
The Kenya Alliance of Resident Associations (KARA) is the apex body representing the voice of Resident Associations (RA’s) in the country. KARAwas formed in 1999 out of the need to replicate successes of its’ founding organizations at a national scale. The Alliance was registered in September 2000, (under the Societies Act Cap. 108, section 10), as an umbrella organization wholly mandated to coordinate RA’s all over Kenya to coalesce with a view to tackling the service delivery challenges they face, in a structurally unified voice.