The National Alliance of Trade Associations (NATA) was formed in 2002. Its Board of Directors are the presidents of the 12 trade associations. NATA’s mission is to be a dynamic and united group of members in the nation so as to derive maximum benefit, amongst others, in the fields of:
NATA trade associations generate annual savings in the millions for its 4,566 members, making them an important anchor for small business owners. These trade associations collectively harness the strength of joint purchasing power by identifying prospective vendors and negotiating competitive terms and prices for goods and services through ethical practice, thereby enhancing the stability, prosperity, and wellbeing of the member businesses.