CMA Profiles 2017: Education & networking opportunities for professional cabinetmakers


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In This Issue

Planning for the future: What cabinetmakers should consider

Here it is 2017, yet I have no flying car and sit in more traffic than I ever have before. I’m not sure why nobody planned for all these cars on the road; surely, there must have been some indicator somewhere along the way.
By Matt Krig, Northland Woodworks

3 Reasons to join the Cabinet Makers Association

Success in the woodworking trade requires a combination of practical skill, creative thinking and professional development. Membership in the Cabinet Makers Association helps you develop all three. Incorporated in 1998, the CMA is the trade association for professional cabinet makers and custom woodworkers, providing opportunities to connect, engage and educate shops of primarily 20 or fewer employees throughout the United States and Canada. Also part of the CMA, Associate Members include suppliers to the industry.

Cabinetmakers connect at regional events: CMA

The Cabinet Makers Association has been hosting high-value events since 1998 as a means of connecting similar-sized shops around North America with the purpose of sharing best practices and business acumen, while learning how other businesses do what they do.

Cabinet Makers group to meet during AWFS

The Cabinet Makers Association (CMA) will host a variety of activities for members to participate in during this summer’s AWFS Fair in Las Vegas. Join the CMA at the show that attracts more than 15,000 attendees and hundreds of exhibitors from throughout the United States and abroad. While you’re at AWFS, use the CMA’s booth space as a place to meet up with members throughout the show, charge your phone, or just hang out. The CMA will be in Booth #10053. What’s your problem?